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New TomTom GO Navigation Devices

New TomTom GO Navigation Devices with Lifetime World Maps are Now Available in New Zealand

Auckland, 02 June 2015TomTom (TOM2) has introduced two new TomTom GO navigation devices with Lifetime World Maps, Lifetime Traffic, and Lifetime Speed Cameras[1] with the launch of TomTom GO510 and GO6100.

From today, the GO510 and 6100 are available in New Zealand at $349 and $469 respectively. Drivers can choose between a 5" or a 6" screen size, all with maps of Australia and New Zealand preinstalled in the device. The 6100 comes with a built-in SIM (with unlimited data) for drivers to easily access TomTom Traffic.

And for the first time, drivers can use their smartphone, tablet or PC to review real-time traffic information, plan routes, and send destinations to their TomTom GO with TomTom MyDrivebefore they get in the car. All new TomTom navigation devices feature a fully interactive screen to pinch, zoom and swipe, quick keyword search, 3D Maps[2] and a Click & Go mount.

Winnie Kwan, Senior Marketing Manager Asia Pacific, TomTom Consumer says: “With the addition of Lifetime World Maps and Lifetime Speed Cameras to our new TomTom GO devices, we’re offering the most comprehensive package to drivers that we’ve ever launched. Our aim is to help drivers avoid traffic jams, and getting you to your destination faster.”

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