Smartphone sat-nav software maker ALK is offering the chance to win £240 worth of Bluetooth audio accessories this Xmas.

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Smartphone sat-nav software maker ALK is offering the chance to win £240 worth of Bluetooth audio accessories this Xmas.

To be in with a chance of winning a Jabra Cruise 2 Speakerphone, Jabra Stone Bluetooth Headset, Jabra Rhythm stereo headset and Jabra Active Headphones — all made by Jabra, in case you were wondering — you just need to complete a short online survey about your sat-nav use. The survey closes on 22nd December.

ALK’s sat-nav software is called CoPilot Live and it’s available for iPhone, Android and Windows Mobile smartphones, for £20. It includes an RV option for large vehicles, but the recently released CoPilot Live Truck (£140) also adds an option to specify vehicle weight and dimensions for more accurate route-planning — look out for a review of this version in Practical Caravan soon.

[CoPilot Prize Survey]

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