Clarification of 'Comms pack'

Hi
Can anyone clarify what is comprised in the 'Comms pack'?
One non-franchised dealer told me: "on a 2000/w 740 the comms pack means telephone upgraded sound system and on
board computer, after 2001 comms pack means sat nav and tv."
I don't believe this, but can anyone clarify?
Thanks
Paul
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If phone rings radio is muted.

centre console has GPS and an [optional IIRC] TV. Can't confirm the dates. BMW have had OBC since at least 1982 - I even fixed a blown segment on mine (in ~1986 - total cost ~5) because we suss'ed that the display was Siemens.

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My 2000 W 7-series has a comms pack which has telephone, sat nav and TV. OBC was standard anyway just presented differently because of the screen. Don't think my sound system sounds upgraded ;-) Best thing to do is press the 'menu' button and see what you can select.
Philip

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