Hello every one here is ONE more user of ONE in your army

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    ildarad0

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    Hi,

    I'm form New York, just got my unit today. so far Not happy
    sorry but when you look on the web site it says you can use your cell phone to make a calls and accept them as well. But manual clearly says TomTom ONE is not designed to make a phone calls.

    I do not know am'I missing something or it is true?
    please help
     
    ildarad0, Sep 20, 2006
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    Pedro2NR

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    Hmmm. Sorry to say but the new One's bluetooth connection with the phone is only to get TomTom Traffic Service.
    The 510 and the 910 have the features your looking for. If you really would like this, I would return it back and say this is not what you were looking for and get one of the x10 models.
     
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    Thom

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    The 700 has the ability to make calls as well.
     
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    ildarad0

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    guys please help!!!!

    I cant get my TomTom ONE to catch asignal why is that is it requires any activation? when it's connected to PC it works, and shows me a 10 sat's. and as soon as I disconnect it signal just gone I waited for about 10 min's and NOTHING.
    please help.
     
    ildarad0, Sep 21, 2006
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