Some TomTom navigation devices use your phone to connect to TomTom services so that you can receive real-time TomTom Traffic and safety warnings. The following devices are Smartphone Connected: GO 40, GO 50, GO 60, GO 400, GO 500, GO 600, GO 510, GO 610
Tip: For more information on connecting your phone and to see how-to videos, click here.
Your phone shares its internet connection by using the phone's Bluetooth and Personal Area Network (PAN) functions.
Depending on your phone's Operating System, this network, or PAN, might be called one of the following names:
The PAN function is probably already in your phone's Operating System, or you can download an app to create a PAN.
Note: Some mobile service providers don't allow their users to use a PAN. If your phone doesn't have the PAN function, you should contact your service provider for more information.
Check the user guide for your phone if you are having trouble finding the settings.
Using TomTom Traffic and Safety Cameras means that data is sent and received by your smartphone. You might have additional costs when you use the internet on your phone, especially if you are outside the area covered by your data plan. Check with your mobile services provider for more information.