TomTom Extends its Coverage with the Addition of Four New Countries


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SAN DIEGO--July 16, 2014: TomTom (TOM2) today announces the addition of Algeria, Colombia, Israel and Yemen to its premier navigable map database, MultiNet, which now includes 118 countries, covering 42.8 million kilometres and 4.1 billion people worldwide.

“As we expand our global map footprint, we continue to provide the freshest and most accurate maps around the world”

MultiNet enables automotive, enterprise and government customers to develop cutting-edge applications, which feature turn-by-turn navigation, routing display, and geo-coding to create a better navigational experience for drivers.

“As we expand our global map footprint, we continue to provide the freshest and most accurate maps around the world,” said Charles Cautley, Managing Director of TomTom Maps. “With the addition of navigable, turn-by-turn maps to these markets, TomTom offers superior navigation, location based services, and geocoding capabilities.”

For more information, visit TomTom Maps

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