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July 6th, 2011
TomTom HD Traffic Service to Mid-range GPS Buyers

TomTom’s 3G data-based service HD Traffic is now available to Kiwis who are unwilling to spend upwards of $600 on a GPS unit. The service, which warns GPS users about reported incidents on the roads ahead, is now available on TomTom’s newly-released Go Live 820. The device is SIM-enabled and runs on Vodafone’s mobile network, but rather than having to purchase data, users buy a one-year subscription to TomTom Live that has data included. Read More