Coyote has a new pricing structure for Mini V2 GPS Speed Camera Alert System

Article by Christian Andrei, on March 27, 2011

Coyote has a new pricing structure for its recently-launched Mini Coyote V2 GPS Speed Camera Alert System. While the price is unchanged and is still GBP185, inclusive of VAT, it now comes with a 12-month free U.K. subscription instead of three months.

This boosts the value of the Coyote when compared with competitor products like the Road Angel Vantage (GBP249.99 plus GBP54.99 for 12 months subscription). With a community of over 800,000 users in Europe, the device works to help drivers “Keep Safe, Keep Legal, Keep Driving.”

The Coyote, using a constantly updated database of mobile and fixed camera locations, protects drivers from speeding fines and points on their licenses.

Customers wanting to upgrade their subscription from the outset to include European coverage can do so for GBP50 by calling Coyote Customer Service on 0845 504 8969.

Annual subscription renewal prices are still at GBP89 for U.K. coverage or GBP119 for European coverage; all prices are VAT-inclusive.

Introduced in the U.K. market in November 2010, the Mini Coyote V2 alerts users in real time to mobile and fixed speed cameras and SPECS-monitored average speed camera zones like those normally found in road works. At the touch of a button, its unique “community” facility lets users alert each other to the location of mobile speed cameras.

Press Release

COYOTE GPS SPEED CAMERA ALERT SYSTEM NOW EVEN BETTER VALUE FOR MONEY

Mini Coyote V2 now available with 12 month UK subscription as standard

Coyote has announced a new pricing structure for its recently UK launched Mini Coyote V2 GPS Speed Camera Alert System. The price remains at £185 including VAT, but now includes a 12 month free UK subscription instead of just three months. When compared with competitor products, such as the Road Angel Vantage (£249.99 plus £54.99 for 12 months subscription), this makes the Coyote excellent value for money.

The device, which already has a community of over 800,000 users across Europe, works to help drivers ‘Keep Safe, Keep Legal, Keep Driving’. Using a constantly updated database of fixed and mobile camera locations, the Coyote protects drivers from speeding fines and points on their licences.

Customers wishing to upgrade their subscription from the outset to include European coverage can do so for £50 by calling Coyote Customer Service on 0845 504 8969. Annual subscription renewal prices remain at £89 for UK coverage, or £119 for European coverage. All prices include VAT.

The Mini Coyote V2, launched to the UK market in November 2010, alerts users in real time to fixed and mobile speed cameras and SPECS-monitored average speed camera zones, such as those typically found in roadworks. Its unique ‘community’ facility also allows users to alert each other to the location of mobile speed cameras at the touch of a button. It also displays the speed limit for every road you drive on, as well as your current speed and warns drivers of variations in speed limits on all roads across 28 European countries*, as well as warning drivers of high risk and congestion charge zones and issuing incident alerts.

The device is distributed online via www.coyotesystems.co.uk and The Carphone Warehouse’s website www.connectmycar.com, the multi-billion pound firm’s specialist in-car division.

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