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MAP UPDATE SERVICE 50% OFF BENEFIT FROM 5 MAP UPDATES AT A FRACTION OF THE PRICE! £19.98 tomtom

£19.98 @ TomTom
I have just received an email from TomTom stating that they are offering a huge 50% discount on a 1 year Map Update Service subscription. The cost is normally £39.95 per year and with the offer its… Read More
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
I have just received an email from TomTom stating that they are offering a huge 50% discount on a 1 year Map Update Service subscription.

The cost is normally £39.95 per year and with the offer its £19.98 for United Kingdom & Republic of Ireland and for Western Europe its £27.48 for the year.

Please click on the link to get the deal.
Hudi123 Avatar
6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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google maps :-?
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Well google maps can let you down if the mobile internet coverage is patchy I suppose, but still other phone apps are available with freely downloadable satnav maps. Agree that there is little need to pay for satnav in this day and age.
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boostii
Well google maps can let you down if the mobile internet coverage is patchy I suppose, but still other phone apps are available with freely downloadable satnav maps. Agree that there is little need to pay for satnav in this day and age.
Tried apps, tried various sat navs still go back to tom tom, especially when abroad.
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compadre
boostii
Well google maps can let you down if the mobile internet coverage is patchy I suppose, but still other phone apps are available with freely downloadable satnav maps. Agree that there is little need to pay for satnav in this day and age.
Tried apps, tried various sat navs still go back to tom tom, especially when abroad.


Fair play mate, but have you tried the OsmAnd app. You can download maps of pretty much anywhere and it works very well, I have used it in Ireland and Spain without issue. The user interface is not the most intuitive but once you get your destination programmed in, its really good.
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boostii
Well google maps can let you down if the mobile internet coverage is patchy I suppose, but still other phone apps are available with freely downloadable satnav maps. Agree that there is little need to pay for satnav in this day and age.
Tried apps, tried various sat navs still go back to tom tom, especially when abroad.


Have you tried Here WeGo?
#6
p_ist_a
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boostii
Well google maps can let you down if the mobile internet coverage is patchy I suppose, but still other phone apps are available with freely downloadable satnav maps. Agree that there is little need to pay for satnav in this day and age.
Tried apps, tried various sat navs still go back to tom tom, especially when abroad.


Have you tried Here WeGo?


i have, still return to a discrete satnav . phones and apps still a few years off being better.

I drive lots.

for occasional use there's a lot of free choice
1 Like #7
Not sure I get this, some units have free map updates? Is that same as this?
#8
p_ist_a
compadre
boostii
Well google maps can let you down if the mobile internet coverage is patchy I suppose, but still other phone apps are available with freely downloadable satnav maps. Agree that there is little need to pay for satnav in this day and age.
Tried apps, tried various sat navs still go back to tom tom, especially when abroad.
Have you tried Here WeGo?
Yes I have. I have it on all my devices. But I still default to tom tom on any important journey.
1 Like #9
I thought it was a deal to get 50% off Benefit makeup lol
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papito
Not sure I get this, some units have free map updates? Is that same as this?


there's not really much to "get"; TomTom expect you to pay a very large amount of money for a year's worth of map updates. those same map updates are freely available if you buy a good satnav in the first place. alternatively use an app on your phone, like Google maps.

I bought a Garmin just under a decade ago with map updates as part of the package. TomTom expected you to buy maps on an annual subscription back then, and apparently they still do now. the equivalent TomTom satnav with updates would have cost me a small fortune to own over the same period.

Edited By: sneakyduck on Oct 16, 2016 13:35: derp

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