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Update 910 tom tom

I bought a tom tom 910 about a year or so ago and paid $800.00 for it.
know maps are out of date and it seems that I have to pay another $100.00 to update it when I can buy a new one for that price. I really like mine but I dont think its fair to pay that much when i paid so much for it.
Is there any free down loads to upgrade maps.
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