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Tomtom Speed Camera Updates Europe 18 months - £18 @ TomTom Shop
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Tomtom Speed Camera Updates Europe 18 months - £18 @ TomTom Shop

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Posted 5th May 2019

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Code is taking £6 on 18 months updates an £4 on 12 months. speed Camera Updates Europe - 1 year
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But on on polish site is coming to £18 pounds if you use revolut card.
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Good price for 18 months of speed cameras in europe
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£18! The Waze app gives you all of this, plus live mobile speed camera data for nothing.
Edited by: "paully" 5th May 2019
I agree with Paully. Waze is the best option and for free. Even Google maps are quite OK as a back up option. What gets people to buy TomTom etc. nowadays?
The fact there is no smartphone app for HGV drivers and if you follow Waze it will take you down a lot of roads you don’t fit...
Download Tom Tom app.
It’s £25 for 3 years. Up to 3-4 devices
Includes all maps live traffic and camera
Edited by: "prash_2k" 5th May 2019
Realistically Waze was great when pretty unknown but now everyone is using the same traffic avoiding routes which is now causing traffic everywhere as a result of the apps popularity.

Must agree, it’s great to tell you about speed camera locations. Even if not using Waze there’s plenty of free navigation apps.
Buy Sygic lifetime license and get every future map, speed traps and app updates included. Affair Sygic is using TomTom data for traffic updates. Also can work completely offline
prash_2k25 m ago

Download Tom Tom app. It’s £25 for 3 years. Up to 3-4 devices Includes all …Download Tom Tom app. It’s £25 for 3 years. Up to 3-4 devices Includes all maps live traffic and camera


Shows £14.99 for 1 yr?
prash_2k05/05/2019 08:32

Download Tom Tom app. It’s £25 for 3 years. Up to 3-4 devices Includes all …Download Tom Tom app. It’s £25 for 3 years. Up to 3-4 devices Includes all maps live traffic and camera


Interested to find the £25 for 3 years offer. Any links?
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stvoritel05/05/2019 08:04

What gets people to buy TomTom etc. nowadays?


In my case, I have a waterproof "ruggedised" GPS for my motorcycle, and smartphone apps are generally OK as long as you can get a signal - my other half works only 15 miles from the city centre, but in a notoriously patchy coverage
deleted36172605/05/2019 11:43

In my case, I have a waterproof "ruggedised" GPS for my motorcycle, and …In my case, I have a waterproof "ruggedised" GPS for my motorcycle, and smartphone apps are generally OK as long as you can get a signal - my other half works only 15 miles from the city centre, but in a notoriously patchy coverage


Hence I mentioned Google maps, you can download offline maps and stay cool even with no coverage. There is much more options ofcourse.
Edited by: "stvoritel" 6th May 2019
paully12 h, 28 m ago

£18! The Waze app gives you all of this, plus live mobile speed camera …£18! The Waze app gives you all of this, plus live mobile speed camera data for nothing.


Waze.....absolute crap! Inaccurate traffic info and maps are rubbish! Tried and tested for a month all across EU. TomTom is best you can get for traffic. Maps are fine too and routing algorithm is one of the best in the market! But almost every newer unit comes with lifetime maps, traffic and speedcams.
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stvoritel05/05/2019 11:47

Hence I mentioned Google maps, you can download offline maps and stay cool …Hence I mentioned Google maps, you can download offline maps and stay cool even with no coverage. There is much more optuons ofcourse.



But even the best waterproofed smartphone in a ruggedised mag-alloy and neoprene shell isn't going to last long being bounced down a dual carriageway at 70mph! - admittedly I wouldn't reckon on the chances of your average TT car device, but I've still got a working (now slightly scruffy) "Rider" to prove my point that dedicated devices still have their uses
Lowtrawler05/05/2019 10:24

Interested to find the £25 for 3 years offer. Any links?


Wow this is the spoon fed generation. Just google it.... not hard. It’s all there.
It goes from £25-£35 throughout the year.
Still cheaper and better than the rest
Even at £35 it’s just £11 per device. To change drives just login. Simple

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Edited by: "prash_2k" 6th May 2019
prash_2k06/05/2019 09:39

Wow this is the spoon fed generation. Just google it.... not hard. It’s a …Wow this is the spoon fed generation. Just google it.... not hard. It’s all there. It goes from £25-£35 throughout the year. Still cheaper and better than the rest Even at £35 it’s just £11 per device. To change drives just login. Simple[Image]


The link you provided is 4 years old and, as far as I'm aware, they no longer provide 3 year options. Whether at £35 or not. Within the app, you only get the 1 year £15 option. Still interested if there is a 3 year option somewhere.
deleted36172606/05/2019 01:09

But even the best waterproofed smartphone in a ruggedised mag-alloy and …But even the best waterproofed smartphone in a ruggedised mag-alloy and neoprene shell isn't going to last long being bounced down a dual carriageway at 70mph! - admittedly I wouldn't reckon on the chances of your average TT car device, but I've still got a working (now slightly scruffy) "Rider" to prove my point that dedicated devices still have their uses


I see your point now. My one is for a car, so that's slightly different story. However it is obsolete (it used to cost £270) and TomTom don't do maps for it any more. It's a matter of personal preference. I couldn't be bothered to use dedicated devices for each function ( for example a smartphone covers compass, alarm, voice recorder, GPS and much more in one box).
stvoritel23 h, 6 m ago

I see your point now. My one is for a car, so that's slightly different …I see your point now. My one is for a car, so that's slightly different story. However it is obsolete (it used to cost £270) and TomTom don't do maps for it any more. It's a matter of personal preference. I couldn't be bothered to use dedicated devices for each function ( for example a smartphone covers compass, alarm, voice recorder, GPS and much more in one box).


But dedicated device does job best! Phone for GPS is just for occasional use, as if you use it frequently- inconvenient. And I have tried TomTom on mobile(easy to get one with unlimited mileage for free ) and dedicated TomTom Go 5200. Difference as day and night!
Lowtrawler06/05/2019 11:00

The link you provided is 4 years old and, as far as I'm aware, they no …The link you provided is 4 years old and, as far as I'm aware, they no longer provide 3 year options. Whether at £35 or not. Within the app, you only get the 1 year £15 option. Still interested if there is a 3 year option somewhere.


The offer was clearly there for 3 years. I have the subscription till 2020.

It’s saying £17.99 for 1 year.
How are you getting it for £15...?
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Still better to go with the mobile app and pay as you can use multiple devices and download any map.
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prash_2k07/05/2019 14:30

The offer was clearly there for 3 years. I have the subscription till …The offer was clearly there for 3 years. I have the subscription till 2020. It’s saying £17.99 for 1 year. How are you getting it for £15...?[Image] Still better to go with the mobile app and pay as you can use multiple devices and download any map.


I believe they stopped 3 year subscriptions in 2017 and that is also the last year I saw them offering discounts on the subscription. Hence my interest in a discounted 3 year subscription. I'm surprised at the price of your 1 year subscription. I thought it was £14.99 for everyone.
Lowtrawler07/05/2019 16:16

I believe they stopped 3 year subscriptions in 2017 and that is also the …I believe they stopped 3 year subscriptions in 2017 and that is also the last year I saw them offering discounts on the subscription. Hence my interest in a discounted 3 year subscription. I'm surprised at the price of your 1 year subscription. I thought it was £14.99 for everyone.


Maybe iOS and android are different prices?
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