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TomTom is offering new TomTom LIVE sign-ups free services for a year - and is halving annual subscription costs to £47.50.

Existing subscribers for the traffic information service automatically get the new price and will stay on the new rates if they renew, TomTom says.

New customers get the year’s free subscription when they buy an XL LIVE, a GO 550, GO 750 LIVE or GO 950 LIVE sat navs.

The year's free sub for TomTom live is available in UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal and Switzerland.

For some reason TomTom Live doesn't show speed cameras in Switzerland.

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