Originally Posted by Jreitnauer7
I have a hard time believing that AT&T would remove this because of the complaints. This is one of the main reasons to get an Android phone. But Yes, If you could confirm that the AT&T Navigation is on your phone it would be great!
It's not unusual for a new phone to have some paid apps and some Google apps (like google nav) missing from the market, especially if it's before the phone's official release date. Google probably hasn't enabled the phone in the Market yet.