Free Lifetime Maps TOMTOM [Nav devices, app for iPhone/iPad Android]
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Free Lifetime Maps TOMTOM [Nav devices, app for iPhone/iPad Android]

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Found 7th Apr 2013
Free Lifetime Maps
Get to your destination faster with FREE Lifetime Maps.

If you buy a new TomTom device or smartphone app which includes FREE Lifetime Maps, for the life of your product you can download 4 or more full updates of your map every year. You will receive all updates to road network, addresses and Points of Interest. 


What does ‘Free Lifetime maps’ mean?
Free – this means that there will be no further costs involved in updating the maps on your device or smartphone app. All updates will be provided free of charge.

Lifetime – this is the useful life of the device, so means the period of time that TomTom continues to support your device with software updates, services, content or accessories. A device will have reached the end of its life when none of these are available any more. The useful life of the smartphone app means the period of time that TomTom continues to support the app with updates. 

Maps – these are any full updates to the map that is pre-installed on your device or come with your smartphone app (Geographical coverage and feature support in the map will continue to match the original, as long as commercially available). There will be a minimum of 4 new maps released per year. You will receive all updates to road network, addresses and Points of Interest in these releases.

T&Cs

Navigation devices:
You must purchase a new TomTom device which includes FREE Lifetime Maps to qualify for this offer.

For the life of your product, you can download 4 or more full updates of the map on your device every year. You will need a PC with Internet connection and a MyTomTom account to download map updates and daily map changes.

Lifetime Maps can only be used on one device and cannot be transferred to a new device or a smartphone app.

Lifetime Maps will be transferred to the new user if the device is passed on or sold.


Navigation app for iPhone/iPad:
You must have purchased version 1.0 or later of the TomTom Navigation app for iPhone / iPad to qualify for this offer.

For the life of your app, you can download 4 or more full updates of the map on your iPhone or iPad every year. You only need to update the app via the iTunes App Store.

Lifetime Maps can only be used by one Apple ID and cannot be transferred to a new Apple ID or to a new navigation device.


Navigation app for Android:
You must purchase version 1.0 or later of the TomTom Navigation app for Android to qualify for this offer.

For the life of your app, you can download 4 or more full updates of the map on your smartphone every year. You only need to have the app installed on your smartphone and we recommend downloading the maps over a Wi-Fi internet connection.
 
Lifetime Maps can only be used on one Google account and cannot be transferred to a new Google account or navigation device.

15 Comments

Are people still 'buying' sat nav app on smart phone when you have more reliable free ones like Waze? U must be joking to advertise free map updates

Always use waze. Would not dream of paying whilst waze is free and extremely reliable!

I use Waze but would not call it very reliable. Only use it because it's free & has speed cams.

If you sell your tomtom these expire. If you change your tomtom these expire. If you change your email account these expire

LOL.

geek1981

Are people still 'buying' sat nav app on smart phone when you have more … Are people still 'buying' sat nav app on smart phone when you have more reliable free ones like Waze? U must be joking to advertise free map updates



Waze needs a data connection. Almost all phone plans come with a crappy data allowance which would be taken up by this app before too long. On PAYG, it's not even worth thinking about.

Even if you have an ample data connection, what happens when you come up to a point with no signal whatsoever or even a poor signal that isn't sufficient to keep it refreshed.

Not saying that it has to be TomTom, but you are far better off having a satnav which at least supports offline functionality.

I use co pilot, seems to be better than tomtom and has kept me from getting lost for past 4 years and the updates are free

Nokia drive ( Here ) works well and is free.

I use TomTom because ok enjoy being charge for everything. traffic update charge speed camera charge. won't be long till it pay as you turn. 25p each direction it gives you... come on TomTom I enjoy your layout but it glitchy on my HTC one. so now give me something good for free

I use NavFree for Android. Downloadable maps and free updates. Very reliable

M8 is free too, been using it for several months and find it very good

sebasstianus

I use NavFree for Android. Downloadable maps and free updates. Very … I use NavFree for Android. Downloadable maps and free updates. Very reliable



I use NavFree too... and It works in offline mode.. I used it multiple times and extremely reliable...

Hardly what I'd call 'free' if you need to purchase a TomTom in the first place!

So if you PAY for a new TomTom THEN you can get something for 'free' ... Hmm...

I do have a (quite aged) TomTom, but must admit I've been using NavFree for Android of late and am finding it great. Did the offline download, no data connection needed whilst driving
Ok it eats the phone battery, but that should be sorted with a cheap generic in car mount and charger (which I am now looking for if anyone finds a deal - lol!)

use google maps or m8
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