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Standard RA charge is £4.99 pm so it is a bit on the expensive side
 

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wallsendmag said:
Not that we are a tight bunch in the north east. :roll:
Just hard up :cry:
 

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Ikon66 said:
£10 per month sub for all features tho :?
Thats for the "Tracking Option" (£9.99 pm)
- tracking function enables your location to be identified in an emergency by friends, family or the rescue services -

Std = £5.99 pm

camera / traffic / weather updates

or have I read that wrong
 

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Reaperman said:
Ikon66 said:
£10 per month sub for all features tho :?
Thats for the "Tracking Option" (£9.99 pm)
- tracking function enables your location to be identified in an emergency by friends, family or the rescue services -

Std = £5.99 pm

camera / traffic / weather updates

or have I read that wrong
it does look like a good bit of kit but as I said for £10 per month for the full features seems a lot! altho can you put a price on peace of mind?
 

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There's no mention anywhere about satellite navigation, is this something they've forgotten about or is it mostly a camera detector?

I've got the original RA Navigatior and it's brilliant, don't leave home without it!
 

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Mackem said:
There's no mention anywhere about satellite navigation, is this something they've forgotten about or is it mostly a camera detector?

I've got the original RA Navigatior and it's brilliant, don't leave home without it!
I've got one too, but I got a new Sony Nav recently instead, the RA was a bit buggy for me.

This one here is just a camera detector, which is a bit steep considering you could have a nav with camera updates for that, maybe the database is something special??
 
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