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TomTom Google Play app 50% discount on 12 months unlimited navigation £7.49p

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The TomTom app lets you navigate 50 miles a month for free. However, if you want unlimited miles it normally costs £15 for 12 months. I just noticed the price have dropped 50% for 12 months to £7.49. … Read More
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8m, 1d agoFound 8 months, 1 day ago
The TomTom app lets you navigate 50 miles a month for free. However, if you want unlimited miles it normally costs £15 for 12 months. I just noticed the price have dropped 50% for 12 months to £7.49. I paid for 1 year, waited till the payment went through, then paid for a second 12 months unlimited & it's gone through. So I now have 2 years unlimited for the normal price of 1 year. I know many users here don't like any navigation app that costs money, but I posting this for those who already use TomTom but want unlimited miles. The Google app looks exactly like the TomTom sat nav units. I don't know for certain, but I believe it's running exactly the same software. I don't expect this to get much heat, I'm only posting to help anyone who might be interested in the offer.
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1 Like #1
Aren't there plenty of free for life apps for sat nav anyway?

I know I have a Nokia Drive or some such thing which is brilliant and also includes traffic details.

Not voted hot or cold.
1 Like #2
I paid for tomtom on my iPhone 4 many years ago then bought an iPhone 6p for the wife to find the £50 or so purchase was removed from my account due to newer versions coming out superseding my original version. based on this, I wouldn't recommend paying for phone tomtom software. use Google maps or buy an actual tomtom
#3
Waze is free and awesome why bother paying for a sat nav app?
#4
The days of paying for satnav on phones is long gone
#5
obviously it was a waste of time posting this, if you've used it you would know it is worth the money, this is a lot better then google Maps I know because I use both. Won't bother anymore.
#6
does this use your data up, or are the maps downloaded along with the App?
1 Like #7
Like others have said tomtom is not easily transferable to new devices when there are changes in revision numbers. It is a decent piece of software though, about on a par with co-pilot which does not have the same restrictions in putting in newer devices
1 Like #8
wassap
does this use your data up, or are the maps downloaded along with the App?


you can download maps with Google maps
#9
isn't google maps limited to 1 area download at a time?
1 Like #10
Hot for me. I've used this for work for 2 years and added another year. Ok, there are free satnavs, but this has traffic and speed cameras included, for £7.50 for a year, it's a no brainer. Can be added to multiple handsets as well.
Last time I checked, a stand alone tomtom satnav with traffic and camera's was around £200
#11
pat-w
obviously it was a waste of time posting this, if you've used it you would know it is worth the money, this is a lot better then google Maps I know because I use both. Won't bother anymore.


I haven't used this, how is it better?
1 Like #12
Thanks for posting. I think the TomTom app is far better than Waze or Google. I normally use the TomTom app but tried Waze again as an experiment yesterday. It tried to take me down a road that was closed due to flooding road in Devon. I checked the TomTom app and it showed it closed. Waze might be OK in urban areas where there are lots of users reporting incidents but not so good elsewhere in my opinion.
2 Likes #13
This is a great deal. shame the 50% wasn't off the 3 year subscription. Still, added another year on for £7.50.
I've used pretty much every android satnav app over the last few years and settled on Tomtom as having the best interface and it's active traffic is, in my opinion, the best.
If you have a big data plan then Waze comes a close second. If you don't, then this is ideal as you can download any map worldwide, and change it should you go on holiday. The active traffic uses a small amount of data but isn't really noticeable.
1 Like #14
pat-w
obviously it was a waste of time posting this, if you've used it you would know it is worth the money, this is a lot better then google Maps I know because I use both. Won't bother anymore.
it wasn't cheers mate!
1 Like #15
For those who have had the previous version that they paid for, it might be worth emailing tomtom about it as when I upgraded to the newest version it gave me 3 years unlimited mileage. It might not work anymore but always worth a shot. For the OP it's a good price for a premium alternative so thanks for posting
#16
waze is better....and free
#17
Must admit after years of Tomtom including HD traffic, I now use waze much better alerts on the road, police etc and is getting better in my opinion.
1 Like #18
I also appreciate this, I use an old version and I will happily pay for this - just because something goes stoney cold doesn't mean its not useful to some
1 Like #19
pat-w
obviously it was a waste of time posting this, if you've used it you would know it is worth the money, this is a lot better then google Maps I know because I use both. Won't bother anymore.


no it wasn't wasted time. you helped me. thank you. voted hot.
#20
I was used to a very old TomTom One 3rd Edition for many years and I drive alot.
When it broke I started using Google Maps which is good but I missed the Speed Cameras and offline navigation.

I then got this as a backup last year and I agree it is good but not the best.
Once my subscription runs out I will be trying CoPilot, with this TomTom app the speed cameras do no work unless you have live data and when you are coming off a motorway junction it doesn't follow your positon whilst for a few seconds it instead fills your whole screen with lane guidence which you are approaching a roundabout is not good for advance planning...
Also you cannot differentiate between tomtom volume and iphone volume, if you try turning volume down in tomtom it turn iphone system volume up/down

Edited By: preetkk on Nov 22, 2016 23:04
#21
But on a side note £7.50 is a good price if the TomTom app is what you want.
#22
dazzer1975
isn't google maps limited to 1 area download at a time?


Having driven to France and Switzerland last summer with Google offline maps it was fine. I downloaded about 5 different selections from the map and there were no issues. Well, apart from the phone overheating when the wife turn the air con to face only, crashed rebooted and then fine. Could have downloaded a vast area in one download if I had wanted.but wanted to save room for pics.
1 Like #23
Thanks for that, just added another year to the three years they gave me for 50p, got this running on my phone and android head unit, very easy to run on multiple devices and for this Price is excellent value.
1 Like #24
I still prefer the tomtom device I bought last year to these phone apps. Had tomtom devices for many years. My ideal device would be a built-in one that are available in some new cars because no more faffing with charging wires and with the device falling off the screen. Never found a decent holder for a phone, flimsy plastic holders that fall off are no good to me either. Maybe I'm just rubbish at finding good solid ones. Well done poster for posting the app deal, decent price even though its not my cup of tea.
1 Like #25
Waze is good for speed camera info yes . but the traffic is nowhere near as good as tomtom nor is the route planning which incidentally only works when you have an Internet connection.
Heat
1 Like #26
Tom Tom goes 'ding ding ding' when you are approaching a speed camera.
It also knows about some of the mobile sites.
It also re-routes quite well and tells about traffic.
And it lets you have 1 button favourites (drive to work/home/parents etc)
And it lets me have euro maps that can be used with no data connection.

Is it perfect - no - but it is better than google maps current incarnation.

Edited By: andrewdb on Nov 23, 2016 18:19
1 Like #27
Good deal. Waze is unreliable. Has pi*sed me off in the past. Not sure why this is so cold if stand alone sat nav deals go warm - hot.
#28
iand123
I still prefer the tomtom device I bought last year to these phone apps. Had tomtom devices for many years. My ideal device would be a built-in one that are available in some new cars because no more faffing with charging wires and with the device falling off the screen. Never found a decent holder for a phone, flimsy plastic holders that fall off are no good to me either. Maybe I'm just rubbish at finding good solid ones. Well done poster for posting the app deal, decent price even though its not my cup of tea.

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