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Norton™ Internet Security £14.99p for upto 3 pc's

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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
I am using a trial myself and my dad got a new pc. As I found Norton to be pretty good so far I set up a free trial for my dad on his pc. My dad was happy to pay the £34.99p price but I said I would see what they offer to renew after the trial. Clicked the renew as soon as all installed ok and the offer page showed £14.99p for up to 3 pc's. Needless to say my dad was happy. Me too as he's refusing to let me chip in to use his code on my pc. Bonus!
I used Norton years ago and didn't like it but this newer version is much easier to use and no slow down on the pc so have to say I like this version now.

Operating Systems Supported

Microsoft® Windows® XP (32-bit) Home/Professional/Tablet PC/Media Center (32-bit) with Service Pack 2 or later

Microsoft Windows Vista® (32-bit and 64-bit) Starter/Home Basic/Home Premium/Business/Ultimate with Service Pack 1 or later

Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit) Starter/Home Basic/Home Premium/Professional/Ultimate

Microsoft Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro (32-bit and 64-bit)

Minimum Hardware Requirements

300 MHz for Microsoft Windows XP, 1 GHz for Microsoft Windows Vista/Windows 7/ Windows 8

256 MB of RAM

300 MB of available hard disk space

CD-ROM or DVD drive (if not installing via electronic download)

Email scanning supported for POP3-compatible email clients

Support for Antispam

Microsoft Outlook® 2002 or later

Microsoft Outlook Express 6.0 or later

Windows Mail (spam filtering only)

Browser Support for Phishing Protection, Safe Search, and Password Management

Microsoft Internet Explorer® 7.0 or higher (32-bit only)

Mozilla® Firefox® (32-bit only)

Google Chrome™

Browser Support for Vulnerability Protection

Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher (32-bit only)

Mozilla Firefox (32-bit only)
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#1
There's no need to pay for internet security.

Agnitum Outpost and Comodo at both free
#2
As above,had Norton a few years ago.got a virus within 6 months and Norton crashed and failed...

Been using Avast free for 3 years not had a single virus,quite a few blocked thankfully !
#3
Great offer, if everyone gets the same page :)
#4
Norton is the worst thing you can put on your PC, don't do it!

Use Avast instead, it has free and paid versions.
#5
There's no need to pay for internet security.

Agnitum Outpost and Comodo at both free
2 Likes #6
Heat added great price got it in the past for the same sort of price. Peace of mind for the year for only £5 per pc. No-brainer. Rated the best security sware on the mkt

Pc mag niss scored 4/5 minm in all categories
Toptenreviews comes in 3rd place behind kaspersky & bit defender
#7
£49.99 for me - cold
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Chuckles1001
Great offer, if everyone gets the same page :)

On both pc's I installed the trial from their website. Once installed I clicked the renew button and both offered £14.99p so this can't be just random.


akf1006
£49.99 for me - cold
Don't see where your getting £49.99p from being it's only £34.99p on their website here (_;)
NIS £34.99p



I know there are free AV programs out there which I have used for years but paid versions would be better as they offer more than a standard service. Also the Tech guy (whom we've known for years & is trustworthy) that set up my dad's new pc told him Norton was one of the best. Being he found loads of virus & spyware on my dad's old pc which had free AV and Malwarebytes (that didn't find them) I'm gonna trust his judgement about Norton :D
#9
puddlejumper1
Chuckles1001
Great offer, if everyone gets the same page :)

On both pc's I installed the trial from their website. Once installed I clicked the renew button and both offered £14.99p so this can't be just random.


akf1006
£49.99 for me - cold
Don't see where your getting £49.99p from being it's only £34.99p on their website here (_;)
NIS £34.99p



I know there are free AV programs out there which I have used for years but paid versions would be better as they offer more than a standard service. Also the Tech guy (whom we've known for years & is trustworthy) that set up my dad's new pc told him Norton was one of the best. Being he found loads of virus & spyware on my dad's old pc which had free AV and Malwarebytes (that didn't find them) I'm gonna trust his judgement about Norton :D


Malwarebytes isn't an active product, you have to manually scan unless you purchase the Pro version.

Your "tech" guy, knows nothing.
#10
Malwarebytes isn't an active product, you have to manually scan unless you purchase the Pro version.

Your "tech" guy, knows nothing.

I am not an expert on pc's nor am I stupid enough to think these programs doing everything by themselves. I do know how to use Malwarebytes, been using it for years and several scans found nothing. If our friend/tech guy knows nothing how is his business doing so well to the point he has had to take on more staff.
Jumping to conclusions about people, show's who knows nothing!
#11
puddlejumper1
Chuckles1001
Great offer, if everyone gets the same page :)
On both pc's I installed the trial from their website. Once installed I clicked the renew button and both offered £14.99p so this can't be just random.
akf1006
£49.99 for me - cold
Don't see where your getting £49.99p from being it's only £34.99p on their website here (_;)NIS £34.99pI know there are free AV programs out there which I have used for years but paid versions would be better as they offer more than a standard service. Also the Tech guy (whom we've known for years & is trustworthy) that set up my dad's new pc told him Norton was one of the best. Being he found loads of virus & spyware on my dad's old pc which had free AV and Malwarebytes (that didn't find them) I'm gonna trust his judgement about Norton :D

It was £34.99 on the home page to buy, but after logging in and selecting renewal it jumped to £49.99. Either way its more than the £18 I usually pay for same product.
#12
Just like others couldn't get this for £14.99

But you can buy direct from Amazon for £18.72 and that's a physical copy!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00F5NY5LC/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_dp_ss_1?pf_rd_p=479289247&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B008RS1OMK&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_r=0A4GHPQCGXWKCK6Z3J3K

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