From 1st June 2010, Peugeot retail customers who order new cars this month will receive a complimentary Nokia 5230 smartphone along with free Sat Nav.
Not only can Peugeot customers drive to any place via the most optimal route, safe and on time in their Peugeot, but as pedestrians they can navigate freely on foot too, using the 'Walk' feature with built-in voice guidance. They can even record that guidance in their own (or loved ones) voices using the free 'Own Voice' app from Nokia's Ovi Store. On top of this, international maps can be downloaded for free via a computer and then transferred onto the Nokia device.
Other key features on the Nokia Sat Nav include 'Find Places' which allows you to find addresses and places fast. Some of the premium services that are available to customers include 'Share Your Location', Weather, Events, Lonely Planet and Michelin Guides, enabling everyone to find the best of the best places to socialise and explore. (Usage charges will apply to premium services).
The Nokia 5230 smartphones are unlocked which enables the device to support all Sim cards, plus the handset and Sat Nav's functionality are fully supported by a dedicated Nokia helpline with Nokia online support.
Ollie Griffin, Manager, Brand Advertising & Communications Marketing - Peugeot, commented: "I am delighted to announce this partnership with one of the world's most recognisable mobile phone brands - Nokia. It's excellent to give our customers a great added extra when buying a new Peugeot car."
John Nichols, Marketing Director UK - Nokia commented: "Our multi-million pound advertising campaign with the strap-line, 'FREE sat Nav on Nokia Smartphones' sends a clear message to consumers everywhere about the value of our free maps offer. We want to get 'Nokia Sat-Nav for life' to as many UK customers as possible. Joining forces with Peugeot to offer free Sat Nav to customers who order a new car in June is a great partnership that will help us to achieve this."
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