Test Drive Ovi Maps Navigation with a Free Drive Licence for a week [Holiday Offer]
With the Festive Season fast approaching, Nokia has decided to allow its users to test drive the Ovi Maps Navigation 3.0 with a Free Drive Licence for one whole week.
How To Get It?
1. First check that your Ovi Maps application is v3.0 and that you have GPS on your mobile. To check which version of Maps you have on your mobile, Open “Maps” and then select “Options » About” If it is not v3.0, then download and install the latest Maps application for your mobile from here.
2. Enter your mobile number and give permission to text you your free Drive licence code and a reminder when the 7 days trial is up.
3. Activate your License by Opening Ovi Maps 3.0 and Selecting “Options » Shops & licences » Enter licence code“, enter the code that you have received via SMS, and then Press “okay“. That’s all. Now you can enjoy Ovi Maps Navigation for one complete week absolutely free.
Terms & Conditions:
1. The offer is subject to the standard terms and conditions relating to the use of Maps.
2. The trial period contained in this offer runs concurrently with all existing navigation licences activated on your mobile device.
3. The Worldwide Drive refers to countries and regions that are covered by navigable digital cartography in the Maps application.
4. By accepting the trial period contained in this offer you are agreeing to receive 2 text messages from Nokia: one containing your free Drive licence code, and one informing you that the trial period is about to end or has ended. Your phone number will not be used for any other purpose than the purposes mentioned herein.
5. The offer is limited to one free licence code per mobile device and/or mobile number. Each free Drive licence code is unique and can be activated only once.
6. The offer is exclusive of data transfer charges incurred downloading and using the Maps application via a mobile Internet connection or any other charges levied by your network provider, such as SMS charges.
7. Nokia cannot be held responsible for technical failures experienced by your network operator preventing the delivery of the free licence code.