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TomTom offers bonus map of Oz

29 Oct 09

TomTom’s new in-store promotion offer for Christmas will give buyers a bonus map of Australia, worth $139, with purchase of select TomTom models.

The offer is available for customers who purchase a TomTom XL 340 or the TomTom GO 730 or 750 starting today and finishing on January 11th. The “Bonus Map of OZ” promotion is intended to assist resellers with upselling this Christmas and gives customers a compelling reason to choose an XL model or choose from the premium GO range.

The Australian map is valued at $139 and customers can redeem the offer after purchase. TomTom is distributed by Ingram Micro in New Zealand.

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