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TomTom Car Sat Nav GO 620, 6 Inch with Handsfree Calling, Siri, Google Now, Updates via WiFi, Lifetime Traffic £129.99 Amazon
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Posted 26th JulPosted 26th Jul
TomTom GO 620 In the box GO 620 Active Magnetic Mount Car charger USB cable Documentation Smarter and faster than ever The TomTom GO 620 is the smarter way to drive thanks to con… Read more
jdowner

I finally unboxed mine to use in a run around I brought until I have to return to the office for work which will not be before Easter next year. I unwanted it more for the hands free phone option which I missed from my old car. It works well for both maps and phone so i am happy with the £130 it cost me. Before I was always a waze user, which I still love but this device was brought for more than just the maps.

mtsk

I suggest you compare it to Waze.. you'll see how poor TomTom is

Torque79

I was thinking the opposite, why so expensive it has vastly less functionality to a smart phone. Most people have a smart phone. A new cheap or a used higher spec smart phone can be bought for a similar price. So why pay anymore than eg £50 for the top spec stand alone sat nav. I have the same gripe about smart watches, expect I would maybes say £150 for top spec. Also I have a similar gripe about smart phones, they platued in 2012 as really with exception of the camera the overall user experience has not changed! Perhaps the annual flag ship phone from a manufacturer should be no more than £450 on a 2 year contract however more like £300 on a 2 year contract.

Shaggers

Agreed - My Hyundai IONIQ supports Android Auto - I connect my Phone via USB cable my central console displays Google Maps - Does it all. Works beutifully Most Car Manufacturers are adopting to this. Unfortunately cannot see if TomTom will survive

DJ8

Had a tomtom sit in a draw for 10 years, bought it for USA and French holidays, used a few times, but had the moneys worth. Although they stopped the map support years ago. Doesn't everyone use google maps now? I just fitted an Android head unit into my daughters car, cost £230, great bit of kit. You can download google maps to use offline if signal poor.

TomTom Start 52 5" Sat Nav UK and ROI Lifetime Maps - £79.99 @ Halfords
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TomTom Start 52 5" Sat Nav UK and ROI Lifetime Maps - £79.99 @ Halfords£79.99Halfords Deals
TomTom Start 52 5" Sat Nav UK and ROI Lifetime Maps Down from 119.99
TomTom Car Sat Nav GO 5200 5" Handsfree Calling, Siri, Google Now, WiFi Updates, Lifetime Traffic via SIM Card and World Maps £162 Amazon
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Posted 8th AprPosted 8th Apr
TomTom Car Sat Nav GO 5200 5" Handsfree Calling, Siri, Google Now, WiFi Updates, Lifetime Traffic via SIM Card and World Maps £162 Amazon£162 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
World lifetime maps: Get the maps by connecting your TomTom GO to your Wi-Fi network; TomTom issue free new updates seasonally for the life of your device Lifetime TomTom traffic:… Read more
Why_so_serious

"Ducking" the music whilst giving instructions is better than trying to listen to instructions on a crappy standalone navigation system over a loud multi-speaker car stereo system. Plug the charger in (or wireless charge if you're posh) and stick your phone on the dash with Google Maps or Waze (or Tomtom if you really have to have it) music/calls/texts and whatever else this unit claims to do can all be done from one device. No dirty saliva marks on the windscreen, no smashed windows because you forgot to remove it from sight. You never forget your phone and if you did your remember pretty quick and you always dash out and get it. How is a phone safely tucked away in the glove compartment safer than a standalone tomtom doing all the stuff that makes the phone unsafe in the first place?

royy

I have built in on my car but to be honest I use a tomtom go with the live update and lifetime maps had it a few years now well better than the car one. Updates for the car cost a ridiculous amount of money. Your always gonna get people saying they use their phone but at the end of the day its personal taste and for me the tomtom is the one I'd choose. Oh and just to follow-up the traffic warnings on mine at least are very accurate. There is a sim card built into mine.

dealer175

Being on the road 4 days a week, a Tom Tom is great with live traffic, use the 5001. Prefer having a dedicated device as sat nav. Heat

ianhn3

I have tom tom Go 5000 which I have used for over 8 year still it gets road updates. I use it over any built in or phone app any day of the week. I have considered updating but while it works keep putting it it off. Only problem I have had was the battery but I have changed that over, takes about 1 hour and costs about £20 with kit of tools. Tom tom say it cannot be done but look online it can. This is a steal at price and you would not regret upgrading from phone if you bought

m_zafar

Damn, these things still in use! Tom Tom have licenced out to OEMs and making their money that way. This division will struggle these days

TOMTOM Speed Camera Updates 3 Months for 99p @ TomTom Shop
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Posted 31st JanPosted 31st Jan
TOMTOM Speed Camera Updates 3 Months for 99p @ TomTom Shop£0.99£2.9967% off Free P&P FreeTomTom Shop Deals
After logging into TomTom shop I noticed an offer that I could activate to get 3 months of speed camera updates for 99p. I had trouble choosing a payment method, long story shor… Read more
royy

I had that problem a number of years ago but I can honestly say for the last three years or so mines been faultless saved me hours. Only trouble is don't always have it on and last week was in a traffic jam coming out of the Mersey tunnel for an hour. Tom Tom left in the house.

smegal

I found the exact opposite.

admpgk

Subscribed to Tom Tom live info for a few years but give it a miss when their systems repeatedly went off line at the time they'd actually be needed i.e. Bank Holiday Weekends, Easter etc. Never again!!

aj2001

I'm all for a dedicated sat Nav and have more than one Tom Tom units including the built in one. Just want to share an honest incident, recently, TomTom took me on a very strange route very bad. Later checked on Google maps and it had a better and easy route for the same destination. It's almost putting me off using TomTom again. The quick route was not the quickest. Get what ever device you want but don't rely on it and maybe research your route in advance.

s4mri

tomtom is the past. Who pays for navigation these days, when you can get free navigation apps which are way batter than tomotom.

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TomTom start 52 - £20 @ Lidl (Arbroath)
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TomTom start 52 - £20 @ Lidl (Arbroath)£20£79.9975% offLIDL Deals
Important . During this period of heightened restrictions, it’s important we all shop responsibly, minimise our trips out and continue to help slow the spread of Covid-19. You can… Read more
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sadurx

not voting due to few people still using these, but i have to say i can't see a reason for separate satnav anymore.

queenied

I think the point @DuckDuck86 was trying to make is there aren't full screen ads that you need to dismiss. As shown in your link, the biggest ads are those that pop-up at the top of the screen when you're stationary and disappear when you start moving again. If they're appearing while driving there must be an issue with the phone's detection of movement.

anewman

The adverts show up as POI icons.

magicnigel

I mean, it definitely happened, why would I make it up? If waze no longer does it then I’ll be happy to give it another go Edit - Google provide this service, plenty of posts on Reddit regarding it Ads on Waze

queenied

My TomTom did that. I'd be drowning then lost in fields for a while...then bam! I've made it to the City Bypass (lol)

Free 6 months subscription to TomTom GO from HUAWEI appGallery
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Posted 24th Dec 2020Posted 24th Dec 2020
Free 6 months subscription to TomTom GO from HUAWEI appGalleryFREE£8.99Huawei Store Deals
For all those who have a HUAWEI phone, get a voucher code that gives you a free 6 month subscription to TomTom GO when you download it from the HUAWEI appGallery. Or you can share … Read more
yasserali

Anyone willing to share their code please.

smegal

It absolutely dicks them!

SPLE22

I have dentist appointments that I should be going too, but I'm not as it's more responsible. Unless it's a dire emergency, nobody needs to leave the house.

yasserali

I’ll take your code if you’re not using you because I use it daily as a taxi driver

markweatherill

Exemption for eyesight tests.