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50% off Anquet Mapping

Bertt Avatar
6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
50% off all Ordnance Survey Mapping.

Anquets map software provides easy to use route planning tools with digital maps for PCs, Pocket PCs and Smartphones. The map software can also be used to directly program routes and waypoints into GPS units.

Its map software is called Anquet v06 which includes a portable version called Pocket Anquet. There is no charge for these comprehensive tools. You only pay for the digital maps you select from cartographers such as Ordnance Survey, Philips, Harvey, Getmapping etc. Anquet is a licensed partner of all these organisations.

Once you have purchased maps using the PC Software, digital maps and routes can be transferred and installed onto Pocket Anquet at no extra cost. Anquet v06 also enables you to print an unlimited number of maps at A4 size for personal use.
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Aren't they talking about making all OS maps public domain? If so, no wonder the company is trying to flog them off quick.
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MrFizzy
Aren't they talking about making all OS maps public domain? If so, no wonder the company is trying to flog them off quick.


I doubt that this will happen now with the squeeze on public finances. This is currently the cheapest way to get OS map data - especially the OS 25000 information needed for accurate use of GPS navigation when walking.
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MrFizzy
Aren't they talking about making all OS maps public domain?.


That depends on who you mean by they. It certainly won't be the ordnance survey.

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