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Topic # 103418 6-Jun-2012 22:31
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I have a holiday in Italy coming up.  I am thinking of using an Ipad 3G so I can run the Tom Tom sat nav plus to load up all those junky travel guides that drag you down in weight.  I have two questions: Will a NZ Ipad 3G work in Italy if I get a local sim card, and secondly, is the idea of using the Tom Tom sat nav system actually workable?  Appreciate any help.

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  Reply # 637024 6-Jun-2012 22:35
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Simple answer Yes



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  Reply # 637324 7-Jun-2012 13:54
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is it really that simple,. just buy an italian sim card and the european Tom TOm maps and away we go??? sounds to simple to be true?????

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 637325 7-Jun-2012 13:57
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Should work fine.

You may need to connect it to WiFi somewhere, or a computer with iTunes to update the carrier settings.

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