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TomTom in-car GPS Portable Navigation Devices for Goa


TomTom India has launched a state of the art in car GPS system for Goa. This in car GPS Portable Navigation Device covers all major beaches besides 34,000 points of interest and 170 tourist destinations in and around Goa. The device also offers detailed direction in voice guided navigation from over 5800 cities and towns in India and also includes fuel stations, banks, police stations, hotels hospitals and restaurants along the routes.

Each of these destinations is pre marked and enables tourists and travelers to explore western India. Goa is a most preferred tourist destination and hence the company has decided to commence their operation in the region. It was noted that travelers to Goa from far flung regions across India were often lost and spent a great deal of time, effort and money in finding their way to their holiday destination. A GPS system to an extent does put an end to all that with travelers assured of finding their way to Goa through this highly efficient navigation device.

TomTom GPS device comes with easy to use instructions and a host of safety features which include Bluetooth hands free calling, voice commands and lane guidance. The device enables hands on steering wheel and eyes on road and is offered in 10 regional languages besides English. This GPS device comes at a price of INR 9,999 and is available at all major vehicle accessory outlets in the country, and online portals.

Sanu Vasudevan, Country Sales Manager, Consumer B.U TomTom India said, “Goa is one of the most frequented tourist destination of India and we are glad to have launched our products here. Tourists, not only from neighboring cities but from far and wide, travel by road and end up agitated for either getting lost, or taking a wrong route wasting time, effort and money. A PND device will not only help in saving time and fuel but enhance the over-all trip experience by not having to worry about not knowing the directions to reach one’s destination.”


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