TomTom, one of the biggies in GPS navigation and digital mapping, today announced the release of its latest and most updated maps for the Indian sub-region. From now onwards, TomTom is offering a free map update service for all TomTom VIA series devices upon validation at www.tomtom.com/getstarted. With this update, TomTom aims to deliver to its consumers one of the most comprehensive and updated maps of the country. Following the launch of this free map update service, this will be updated every quarter, and put more information on a driver’s fingertips which definitely in turn (pardon the pun), enables a smarter and more powerful navigational experience for them. The maps are user friendly and easy to download from MyTomTom with no complicated file management processes involved. TomTom’s free software application also helps customers to efficiently manage, and personalize their content and services. The new maps contain the most up to date information, which includes details and street coverage of over 5,000 cities.
“With the launch of these best-in-class maps and services, TomTom continues to deliver the highest quality of products, combined with ease of use and perfect after sale experience,” said Jocelyn Vigreux, General Manager and Senior Vice-President of TomTom India. He added that the updated maps ensure all TomTom users of the most accurate navigational experience in India, regardless of when they purchased the products. The TomTom map update is now available and is free to all TomTom Via series users in India. If you already own one of these devices, you can head over to this link to download the free map update for your TomTom.
In our review for the TomTom VIA, we did have a slight problem with optimization for Indian roads earlier, and that will now be hopefully fixed with this update. Though these devices offer pretty much a singular function and use, they definitely prove to be pretty efficient and useful in the long run. The cost factor also plays one of the major defining roles out here, but that’s the trade off you will have to live with, if you want the 'luxury' of a portable navigation device. Any of you guys own portable navigation devices? You could share your experience in the comments section below.