By 23 June 2015 | Categories: news


TomTom is offering all its South African consumers the opportunity to get up to R600 Money Back this winter with the purchase of specific GPS navigation devices. The offer will be available in selected outlets nationwide and is open to all South African residents that have purchased a participating promotional product between 21st June and 31st August 2015.

To qualify for the Money Back promo, follow the steps below:

  • Buy one of the devices listed below from 21st June to 31st August 2015.

  • Complete the registration form at within 30 days after purchase.

  • Receive money back into your bank account within 30 working days of submitting purchase receipts and banking information.

Products and Money Back deals on offer:

  • TomTom Start 20 - R300

  • TomTom  Start 25 - R200

  • TomTom Start 40 - R400

  • TomTom Start 50 - R400

  • TomTom Via 130 - R300

  • TomTom Via 135 - R300

  • TomTom Go 820 - R300

  • TomTom Go 1005 World - R400

  • TomTom Go 40 - R500

  • TomTom Go 400 - R500

  • TomTom Go 500 - R500

  • TomTom Go 5000 - R600

TomTom's range of GPS devices came into focus a few short months ago, when the company released its TomTom Traffic Index. An international study, the Traffic Index analyses congestion patterns around the globe, and placed two of South Africa’s major cities in the Top 100 most congested in the world, with Cape Town ranked 55th and Johannesburg, 77th.

As such, this recent promotion is TomTom's way of helping SA commuters slide further down the Traffic Index, with the aid of one of their GPS devices.

TomTom asks customers to please note that terms and conditions apply, and for further information, visit


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