Nokia vehicle tracking costs

 

I'm looking at buying a cheap tracking device to fit into my classic car. Most, if not all, currently utilise a 2G SIM card for communication purposes. My question is : What would be the cheapest way of puchasing a 2G SIM card to put into my new device ? The most basic tariff would be adequate. Some of the more expensive devices charge upwards of £120 per annum for the privelage of a subscription. Admittedly they will provide instant access to vehicle location (for fleet operators or trucking), but I just need it if the car ever gets stolen. Any cheap suggestions out there 

You could use a device like this http://cpc.farnell.com/alaska/apt-15/personal-trac ker-gps-gsm/dp/SR07828  along with the hardwiring kit mentioned here http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/1073386.pdf

If you speak to your insurance company they will give you a list of approved tracking devices, which in turn will reduce your insurance cost.

I assume the higher end products are by Tracker which the police supports?

Nokia vehicle tracking costs

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I'm looking at buying a cheap tracking device to fit into my classic car. Most, if not all, currently utilise a 2G SIM card for communication purposes. My question is : What would be the cheapest way of puchasing a 2G SIM card to put into my new device ? The most basic tariff would be adequate. Some of the more expensive devices charge upwards of £120 per annum for the privelage of a subscription. Admittedly they will provide instant access to vehicle location (for fleet operators or trucking), but I just need it if the car ever gets stolen. Any cheap suggestions out there 

You could use a device like this http://cpc.farnell.com/alaska/apt-15/personal-trac ker-gps-gsm/dp/SR07828  along with the hardwiring kit mentioned here http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/1073386.pdf

If you speak to your insurance company they will give you a list of approved tracking devices, which in turn will reduce your insurance cost.

I assume the higher end products are by Tracker which the police supports?

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