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Palm punts free satnav kit to tempt new Treo buyers

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Buy a Palm Treo 680, 750 or 750v between now and 30 June and the PDA pioneer will give you a free TomTom 6 satnav package to run on it.

Palm Treo 750 plus Bluetooth GPS receiver

The freebie includes a memory card that contains the TomTom Navigator 6 software and maps for your country of choice. You'll also get a Bluetooth GPS receiver, and an in-car mount and charger. Together, this little lot would cost you £115 or €199 if purchased separately, Palm claimed.

Palm's website has all the details and the form you need to fill out and main in before 30 June 2007 to redeem your freebie.

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