FON Access Points for Japan - FON offers you a new Points of Interest service (POIs). This allows you to download FONspots directly to your navigation device.
What does that mean? You can download a Points of Interest file directly to your navigation device. Then you can have your Tom Tom in your passenger seat guiding you directly to the nearest FONspot!
Download the POIs to the most common navigation devices: For GPS Exchange Format (.gpx), for Garmin and Navman (.csv), for Tom Tom (.ov2) or even for Google Earth (.kml)
Most GPSs, PDAs and other navigation devices allow you to store POI data. A Point of Interest shows the location of a restaurant, Gas Station, and now a FONspot on your navigation device's maps. Finding a FONspot was never this easy!
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Requirements:navigation device supporting .gpx (GPS Exchange Format), .csv (for Garmin and Navman), .ov2 (for Tom Tom) or .kml (Google Earth)
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