McAfee Internet Security Suite 2008 - Licence and media - 3 users - OEM from £7.81 - HotUKDeals
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+ £2.58 p&p or free if you spend over £49.99

I've been happily using McAfee for about 10 months now, i got it free using the Natwest offer that many others have probably used but I'm guessing that once the 12 month subscrition expires it won't allow you to use it again ( please correct me if i'm wrong ).

This seems a good price to me especially if you have more than one pc because you get 3 licences.
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#1
That appears to be a very good offer.

Keith
#2
brought this last week never had a problem with it for the last few years, they have decent online support
#3
Ordered and heat added. Good spot!
#4
Good deal but on a personal note Mcafee was dreadful on my system. I recently changed to Kaspersky after seeing a deal on HUKD and much prefer it. At this price though it isn't the end of the world if you try it and don't like it!
#5
seems a good deal but as its oem will the licences be valid, have 30 day trial myself no probs but why do so many people slag mcCaffey off
#6
Its cheaper than Norton but its not as good as AVG & neither is Norton. AVG is also free to download.I have been using them for the past 3 years without a single problem or cost.
#7
Avoid bloatware resource hogging virus software such as McAfee and Norton, use AVG free or suchlike instead :thumbsup:
#8
sideysid
Avoid bloatware resource hogging virus software such as McAfee and Norton, use AVG free or suchlike instead :thumbsup:


I totally agree - there are so many good 'free' programmes that do as they say and don't bog your processor down unnecessarily. Norton is a swine for this - I have seen it bring a number of PC's to their knees - literally. Once Norton was disabled the PC's were fine.
#9
No need to vote cold just because you don't like McAfee, its a good deal.
Its a matter of personal choice, i can't see free protection like AVG being better than McAfee and without seeing some in depth test results to prove diffderent then i'm going to continue using it.
#10
Cheap, but a resource hog.

I've used freeware for years and never had any problems (and I visit a fair share of 'dodgy' sites too).

My personal fave set-up is -
Avira 'Antivir'
Zonelabs 'Zonealarm'
Spybot 'search and destroy'

Kept me safe for a long time now, and don't hog resources either.
#11
If you had to give your credit card as part of the offer just be aware that Macafee will keep the number and will take the full price next year. I got my discounted version through my company (RBS/Natwest etc). They tried to take £50 from me but I was lucky and noticed it. They also automatically upsell to a 3pc licence on a renewal.
Macaffee was awkward as it doesn't like Zone alarm and several other good bits of software. Not knocking the price but just be aware of the above..
#12
I use AVG myself but I'm used to working with computers. I definitely would NOT recommend AVG for less experienced PC users. It's not the best scanner out there, I just use it because it's free and I'm pretty insusceptible to viruses. A good "security suite" is better for less experienced PC users and this is a good deal for anyone who has a few PCs in their household.
#13
I also vote for free AVG - have had probs with McAfee in the past and won't use again.
#14
good price for a suite, bear in mind though if you go to uninstal you have to use a specialist tool from the mcafee site, as I did when I uninstalled the trial from my new dell...personally I use AVG and Comodo firewall in conjunction with sensible surfing...mcafee best product is site advisor.
McAfee Virus Scan plus available for free from natwest bank site (oops as OP already stated...sorry)
#15
I agree with poisonjam comments.
Its good deal for the price, but you can get free antivirus etc
from
http://www.filehippo.com/
#16
nice find , good price.. heat added.
#17
The free AVG from AOL is no longer available - they now give you McAfee (antivirus, antispyware and firewall) for free instead.

I don't quite see what you get here, for sweet sweet money, which McAfee don't give you for free via the AOL link....?
http://safety.aol.com/isc/BasicSecurity/

EDIT: And of course this free McAfee security is for anyone, not just AOL customers
#18
The best anti-virus available. Thanks OP needed this for new PC at work.
#19
Yes AVG is the tops. In top 4 in recent reviews.
#20
i'll poke a good word in for AVAST-ANTIVIRUS...it gets the nod over AVG for me.
#21
my delivery charge keeps coming up as £7.92??

can anyone help me?
suspended#22
It's well known that mcafee slows down your computer. If you have it and are used to it then you wont notice how much its affecting your system. It's only when you get rid of it and put the likes of kaspersky on that you see a real difference. Dell ships vista AND mcafee with their laptops and it seems all good, only found out recently that the drivers they supply for their speakers and graphics card, although make them work, extremely limit their capabilities. That and with mcafee running really does affect it. anyway enough shpeel heh. get kaspersky instead and a free firewall like zone alarm, work wonders for your system.

http://www.eclipsecomputers.com/product.aspx?code=SWK-ANTIV73 - I posted this recently on here, the best price by far... even after 50% discount on their official website. Brilliant service too. Enjoy fellow deal mongers.
#23
ifty : you have to select super saver delivery from the drop down list.

jpjenkins: i've used Kaspersky Anti-virus 7 and in my opinion it slows my pc down more than McAfee ever has.
Everyone has their own opinions and favourite AV software but i doubt if any of us have actually tried and fully tested them all so its not really true for any of us to say one is better than another. Its all about people preferences and choice.
I like McAfee best out of all the ones i've tried but that doesn't mean its the best, i don't really understand why people are just using this thread to post which they think is the best AV. I thought the idea was to comment on if its a good deal or not .
#24
:thinking: I used norton/symantic for years internet untill 2007 when my computer a dell 5100ground to a halt just after startup and ran very slow I used the whsmith/kaspersky internet deal that was on hduk (it still is) £15 04 and don't even know it's there except when I down load mail when it checks for virus's. So I would recommend Kaspersky.
But it shows that it must depend on the computer as above.
#25
Thanks itsadeal, it's a cracking price for a 3 user license.

I use Kaspersky ISS, AVG Free, F-Secure (from Barclays) and McAfee Security Suite 2007 (now to be updated thanks to this deal) on various PC's/laptops within the household.

This deal represents extremely good value for money if you want a paid-for Security Suite that's easy to use (in my opinion).

Voted HOT!

[COLOR="Red"]Bubba[/COLOR]
#26
gobofraggle;1624115
The free AVG from AOL is no longer available - they now give you McAfee (antivirus, antispyware and firewall) for free instead.

I don't quite see what you get here, for sweet sweet money, which McAfee don't give you for free via the AOL link....?
http://safety.aol.com/isc/BasicSecurity/

EDIT: And of course this free McAfee security is for anyone, not just AOL customers



just tried to sign up for this but for some reason it wont accepta password or a zip code, i'm gussing it must be a usa zip code?
#27
A big thanks to McAfee for wrecking two of my laptops, I should have learned after the first, but with currys alliance with McAfee fell foul again....

Not touching the ******* with my mac book pro!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

STAY WELL CLEAR however cheap the deal is [ sorry op but I have experience with them ]
#28
very good price for a 3 user licence - voted hot on price !

I prefer norton internet security, which works superbly, and since the 2007 version,
does not slow down your pc, but does give great protection
#29
Does the OEM licence mean any change from the retail version? I know they don't usually have a box or manual but is the functionality the same?

I have always used AVG but my new dell laptop has Macafee and it seems to work fine. Mind you the new laptop is much faster than my old one.
#30
Good deal for me. Used McAfee for a few years now with no problems, and it's just come round to renewal time. Beats £40 to renew any day.
#31
Great find, needed AV for 3 PC's! Father-in-law is paying £2.99 a month with AOL foe McAfee internet security. Will cancel and load this on his too.....CHEERS OP!
#32
sanjsanj
Father-in-law is paying £2.99 a month with AOL foe McAfee internet security. Will cancel and load this on his too.....CHEERS OP!


AOL's McAfee security is free to anyone, even people who aren't AOL customers (see my post on previous page)... I really don't see why anyone is buying this when you can get it free.

And for person who said you need a US zip code - what makes you think you can't make one up? Everyone's heard of Beverly Hills 90210... :thumbsup:
#33
Mine turned up today, but there isnt any registration code included, do I need it.
#34
Bryan839
Mine turned up today, but there isnt any registration code included, do I need it.



Apparently not - mine turned up the same, just a disk in a paper sleeve - was rather narked not to have any apparent serial number but installed it on my laptop and registered on the McAfee site to get updates - my account shows it as a three user subscription which expires in twelve months time.

Jobs a good 'un.

[COLOR="Red"]Bubba[/COLOR]

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