GTC are proud to announce the introduction of the GTCTrack app. Now you can view the current location and past movements of any iPhone/Android Phone or Tablet through the GTCTrack mapping portal for just £6.50/US$10 a month*! GTCTrack App ScreenshotGTCTrack is a web based integrated satellite and GSM tracking solution, compatible with modern web browsers and works on a multilingual platform that brings together all the positions of more than 70 devices under one location and displays and manages them in a single unified interface. With GTCTrack, asset locations and movements - including position, speed, altitude and heading - are tracked in real-time worldwide via GPS updates. The app is free to download and once you have signed up it will allow you to track your iPhone/Android Phone or Tablet at all times through the GTCTrack website for just £6.50/US$10 per device per month*. Existing GTCTrack users can also use the app, by signing in using their username and password they will then be able to track their assets from their phone. The app will also allow existing users to track their iPhone/Android Phone or Tablet but they will be charged an additional £13.50/US$20 per device per month. The GTCTrack app offers varying levels of GPS sensitivity, depending on battery drain requirements, and also has a messaging function which allows for messages to be sent to other devices on the same GTCTrack account. The app also offers peace of mind thanks to the emergency alert function which notifies GTCTrack contacts of an SOS or emergency situation. For more information about GTCTrack please click here or search for the app on your smartphone or tablet (only available through the iTunes and Google Play stores for iOS and Android devices). It's never been so easy to track your personnel, vehicle or assets, wherever they are! *Charge applies to GTCTrack Basic Plan suitable for one device only with no geo-fencing. Charge for multiple devices on one account with geo-fencing is £13.50/US$20 a month

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