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Topic # 24135 15-Jul-2008 23:02
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I read that maps purchased through the PC app were somewhat cheaper and so had a go at downloading a 30-day license, selecting "Australia and NZ" as there isn't just "NZ." Got to the payment screen and noticed that the license to be purchased in the title is for Australia. I didn't purchase as I'm not sure if this includes NZ?

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  Reply # 148424 16-Jul-2008 09:32
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Australia and NZ are classed as one country, so if you buy a map for NZ, it includes all of Australia as well :)



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  Reply # 148580 16-Jul-2008 18:04
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Cheers. I don't know whether I should be insulted that Nokia considers NZ part of Australia or thrilled that a 30-day license is about NZ$10 cheaper.


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