• No. you have to request your phone carrier for this option. its a good idea, but it may be expensive and your carrier may not have the capability to offer it to you. call for info.
  • It depends on what you mean by GPS. The Federal Communications Commision (FCC) in the United States passed regulations requiring that 95% of all cell phones in use in the USA be 911 locatable by December 31, 2005. To be 911 locatable, the phone must have some form of GPS active. That doesn't mean it can be used the way a dedicated GPS can be. Being able to access the GPS position on your phone is a special feature that most phones don't have. However, the vast majority of American cell phones are now 911 locatable, meaning they do have basic GPS circuitry.

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