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TomTom brings its car navigation products to Singapore

Zafar Anjum | Oct. 1, 2010
Introduces its premium navigation technology with the award-winning TomTom GPS range 

SINGAPORE, 1 OCTOBER 2010 TomTom has brought three of its award-winning portable navigation devices (PNDs) in Singapore, the location and navigation solutions company said yesterday (30 September).

The three devices are the TomTom GO 750, TomTom XXL 550 and TomTom XL 250 which have TomTom premium features such as TomTom IQ Routes, most up-to-date maps with one-year BONUS Map Update Service, Advanced Lane Guidance and text to speech technology.

The TomTom GO, TomTom XXL and TomTom XL devices offer a great navigation experience for Singaporean drivers, including unique TomTom favourites like Map Share, IQ Routes and Advanced Lane Guidance, ensuring they will be travelling the fastest and smartest way, said Chris Kearney, TomTom's vice president marketing, Asia Pacific.

Up-to-date regional maps

The navigation company said all TomTom PNDs in Singapore will come with maps of Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Brunei pre-installed.

According to the mapping company, the TomTom maps are updated every three months, ensuring drivers always have access to the latest map. Each TomTom PND also comes with a BONUS 12 months Map Update Service, allowing users free downloads of the latest TomTom map for the first year of use.

In addition, the company said, TomTom Map Share allows our users to make instant changes to maps on their TomTom PND and to share these changes with other users.

TomTom PNDs will be sold through major consumer electronics retailers across Singapore from early October 2010. Recommended retail prices of the products are as follows: TomTom XL 250 retails for S$269 (US$204), TomTom XXL 550 for S$329 (US$250) and TomTom GO 750 for S$399 (US$303).

 

 

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