Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by bilimanjaro, Nov 5, 2014.
any one use it etc..seen it on ebay/16/17quid..
thanks in advace
Campercontact is free
cheers mel,,just downloaded app..and can be used offline..
Just what I was about to say Mel, is someone trying to make a fast buck by conning people into buying something that is freely available on the net?
I have used it a lot and it is good, but don't pay for it unless there's a book you can buy with all the stops in, and even then it cannot be as up to date as the live site on the net.
The app is not free, but worth every penny
Forgot about that John, but it's not advertised at £16 to £17 is it?
The camper contact app is not free for the full version.
The free version gives you a taste but lacks content. I renewed ours for about £6.00 the other week. There are 8500 stopovers on this years edition.
Like Jon says, it is a great App and worth the £6 for the full deal..
I use that used to be brilliant on the first phone I downloaded it to, I had to do a reset and re-downloaded it, now it shows me places 4000 kilometres away as my nearest site and can only be done when online which worked offline before.
I thought it had only downloaded the free one so I contacted them and they say I have the paid one, but it is different.
It seems to be £3.99 if you click the link in the app.
If you pay you can use offline and the free one is online only I believe.
I think I'm going to buy the APP as it includes Aires AND campsites, and you can download the complete map to use offline, which is great for those moments when you've no internet when travelling. At 3.99 why would you want to buy the Aires book ? (I bought the French and Holland one) The Holland Aires book alone was £12.50
The Tomtom download is also very handy from their website.
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