TomTom to Offer Free Personalization through Custom Printing on GPS Devices Customize your GPS with ‘My Custom TomTom GPS’ Using Artwork and Photos CONCORD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--TomTom, the world’s leading provider of location and navigation solutions, today launched My Custom TomTom GPS, a free and exciting way for consumers to personalize their TomTom units. Through this new program, individuals can select from hundreds of professional designs, custom artwork and personal photos that will be printed directly onto their new GPS device. “As TomTom continues to deliver industry-leading navigation solutions, we are excited to introduce a program that gives our drivers more personalization options” Whether personalizing the device with family photos or a favorite color, users can create a device that expresses their individuality. Additionally, these devices can be paired with TomTom’s content-sharing platform, TomTom HOME, to combine the custom printed devices with personal start up images, funny voices, unique points-of-interest sets, and more. “As TomTom continues to deliver industry-leading navigation solutions, we are excited to introduce a program that gives our drivers more personalization options,” said Tom Murray, Senior Vice President of Market Development. “Arriving just in time for the holidays, devices personalized with My Custom TomTom GPS are the perfect addition to any holiday list.” Devices customized through My Custom TomTom GPS can be personalized and purchased exclusively at TomTom.com on select models, and they will be printed by CafePress, the leading source for custom printing. Downloadable celebrity voices can also be added to any order. For more information, visit www.tomtom.com.
No thank you. Please concentrate on providing free maps for us instead.
The costs associated with staying current with these things is a total rip-off.
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Well realneil, its 30 bucks for 4 maps a year. I don't think its too overpriced seeing how you don't need to pay a monthly fee. they have to make their money somehow. Just selling devices for a one time free won't get them much.
you don't have to get new maps. Its like back in the old days did you go out every year and but a new map (the hard copy ones)? and the fact that they give you most of N. America for $30 is a good deal considering.
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