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Norton Internet Security £9.99

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Norton Security Deluxe £9.99 using code NSUK20OFF plus a extra 30% cashback through Quidco. Other Norton Products availble
skippy1974 Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago44 Comments
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spud2014
The code works, but when come to paypal to pay, it turned back to £29.99.
Dose anyone know why?

I randomly found the deal and the code still worked indeed. I also saw the same 29.99 at checkout but I ended up paying 9.99 as checkout said, the 29.99 is basically auto-renewal price after the first year. I cancelled just to make sure I won't forget and it's working fine.

Voted hot. Tried the new Norton from a trial with my mobo and after using it years ago and hating it, I really got to enjoy it now. I hope it performs well and I might even renew again. Thanks for the coupon!
The code works, but when come to paypal to pay, it turned back to £29.99.
Dose anyone know why?
many thanks op :)
Fab deal
Used, thanks
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Norton Security (small business) 5 devices, £69.99 (possible £4.55 after TCB)

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this seems a little bit crazy. sign up to Norton Small Business security and get 93.5% cash back from topcashback I don't think you have to be a small business and seems to cover all devices Inc…
JulianL Avatar5m, 5d agoFound 5 months, 5 days ago13 Comments
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wow

http://www.forbes.com/companies/symantec/


#1,064 Symantec



MARKET CAP
$11.7 Billion
As of May 2016

SYMC $20.14 ^$0.2 (0.01%)

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INDUSTRY
Software & Programming

FOUNDED
1982

COUNTRY
United States

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Michael Brown

WEBSITE
http://www.symantec.com

EMPLOYEES
20,800

SALES
$5.42 Billion
just booked a hotel with Hotels.com and popped up that they use Symantec/ Symantec! he he

Wonder how many big companies use them? TalkTalk? ;)
https://www.engadget.com/2016/06/29/google-symantec-antivirus-flaws-are-as-bad-as-it-gets/

Was just reading that earlier and thought wow it obviously hasn't got any better since Norton 360 when I worked at Currys charging an obscene £59.99 a year!
JulianL
I might have a pop for £1 a machine tho.

as long as they know Google 'are watching' and don't want more bad press, it might be the best current security!


​You crazy if you think that this is nothing new, they have been flagged up before, lots for the same things basically being crap...
I might have a pop for £1 a machine tho.

as long as they know Google 'are watching' and don't want more bad press, it might be the best current security!
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£10 off Norton Security totaling with discount code £29.99 @ norton

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Use coupon code: NS1DUK10OFF Keep your computer safe with the highest quality anti-virus software you can get.
Kylo_Ren Avatar11m, 5d agoFound 11 months, 5 days ago6 Comments
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if anyone is looking for Norton, I ended up speaking to a sales person via the online chat and negotiated £71.99 for 2 years of Security Premium - which is 10 devices (PC, Mac, Android, IOS) plus the family security controls, backup etc

PCMag Review


Edited By: bigjt on Jan 09, 2016 09:38
Code not working!
Not quite true the Amazon price is for 5 devices where the offer above is for 10 devices. However the coupon code does not appear to work
£24.99 @ Amazon UK
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Norton 360 - 1 year 3 pc's approx £20.00

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The link takes you to a US offer page where you can get Norton 360 for $29.99 + tax ($32.07 total), this is about £20. You have to enter an address with a US state & zip code but it worked fine with
scuderia_steve Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago7 Comments
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Check out g2a around 3.99 for 12 months
Déjà vu all over again.
Oh geez, here comes the my AV is better than yours gang ^^

Ignore the blurb and rubbish being posted above and below this post and head to the independent review sites who will overwhelmingly confirm this is a great AV solution and well worth your £2 a month to guarantee Max protection
ihotuk
if you want to use your pcs 50 % resources for no good go for it.

Welcome to 2008...

You've obviously used or read reviews of Norton from a few years back...the world moves on and so does software. Norton is nothing like this now. Hasn't been for a few years now.

Edited By: Uridium on Jan 25, 2015 12:53
would rather have the Norton security with backup which is the new version of 360. with that you can use it on up to 10 devices. it's £60 for the year with 35% cashback on quidco but I'm keeping an eye out for offers over the next few weeks!
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Norton Antivirus 2014 Free for 6 months

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OEM copy of Norton Antivirus 2014 for 6 months (180 days). 1. You will need to download Norton AntiVirus 2014 free 6 months oem installer: Online Installer (0.537 MB, internet connection is req…
ashishparmar Avatar2y, 2w agoFound 2 years, 2 weeks ago12 Comments
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sdduk2
NIgelK
Always used Norton, the recent ones worked well without slowing my laptop. Easy to uninstall when I swapped to Bitdefender.

Why did you swap to bitdefender if it was good?
I use Bitdefender but find my PC takes a while to load ok once loaded.


Because they're for ever giving away free keys for 6 or 9 months, haven't paid yet. Plus BD gets very good reviews.
Transformers
mrmr25
AVG 2014. Always FREE!
AVG is crap. Nobody should use it.
you forgot to add its a resource hog!
eset nod 32 is one of the best
NIgelK
Always used Norton, the recent ones worked well without slowing my laptop. Easy to uninstall when I swapped to Bitdefender.

Why did you swap to bitdefender if it was good?
I use Bitdefender but find my PC takes a while to load ok once loaded.
Always used Norton, the recent ones worked well without slowing my laptop. Easy to uninstall when I swapped to Bitdefender.
Norton is worse than a virus. Totally embeds itself in your system
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Free Norton Mobile Security for Android smartphones and tablets, iPhone and iPad at Norton - Symantec

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This is a 1-device 1-year license, for home and business use You get free updates for one year No free tech support Can be installed or re-installed offer is over, as long as you get your license k…
jony7 Avatar2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago9 Comments
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Be warned that they did get into trouble once for implanting viruses when they key had run out so people would renew to remove the virus, I personally don't see a point in AV for phones and tablets as I really only DL from places I know
Can I get a physical copy?

not to use

just want to set fire to it
I could be completely wrong but this appears to be the Norton Yellow card promotion - as indeed was the previous one if this is the case it is not valid in this country.


Eligibility
1. The Offer is open to residents aged 18 or above and from the following countries only: Singapore, Malaysia, India, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Cambodia:


http://now.symassets.com/now/en/ASIA_SITE/SG/pu/images/Promotions/2014/Yellow_Card/Norton_Yellow%20Card_Promotion%20_Online_TC.pdf
alexc648
No need for antivirus for ios or android

You really don't have a clue what you are talking about. Mobile security software is not about viruses, it is primarily about data and device security. Further, anyone with an Android device or Jailbroken iOS device absolutely should be considering virus protection. Anyone with any for of device absolutely should have security software and malware protection. The simple fact that you refer to this being an anti-virus demonstrates your ignorance on the subject.

Just to highlight this further, The product is called "Mobile Security" and NO WHERE on the web page for this product does it use the term anti-virus (or antivirus depending upon how you want to spell it).
No need for antivirus for ios or android
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Norton™ Internet Security £14.99p for upto 3 pc's

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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…
puddlejumper1 Avatar2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago12 Comments
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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

Norton Internet Security 21.0 - 3 Computers - 1 Year Subscription (PC)
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.
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!
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.
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
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Norton Mobile Security Premium Free 1 Year Product Key (iOS & Android) Multiple device same household

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EXPIRED for now as it wont give out any codes ok, no idea how great this is but will be more useful for Android users than iOS. Here is the blurb: Symantec’s Norton Mobile Security provide…
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In case anyone else comes across this thread the Norton Yellow card promotion is not valid in this country.


Eligibility
1. The Offer is open to residents aged 18 or above and from the following countries only: Singapore, Malaysia, India, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Cambodia:


http://now.symassets.com/now/en/ASIA_SITE/SG/pu/images/Promotions/2014/Yellow_Card/Norton_Yellow%20Card_Promotion%20_Online_TC.pdf
If you get your apps from verified sites you're as safe as your likely ever to be. There is no need for this kind of software.
If it's free why they want your credit card details!! Erm don't think soo
Pleasure1234
It wont give me or anyone the code, does anyone know it.

it wont give a code today, the submit button doesnt work. I'm going to expire this now.
you might want to consider this before you make up your mind...
http://mobile.pcadvisor.co.uk/reviews/security/3495416/norton-mobile-security-2014-review/
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Norton™ Mobile Security

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This is my first post so if I have got anything wrong I apologise in advance! I know Norton is not everyones favourite but for those that do like it you can get a year for free on your mobile/tablet d…
Col67 Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago14 Comments
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Tired of norton slowing you pc down and hogging your resources? Then why not get Norton for your smartphone and experience the same great slowdown on your mobile too! We can get that state of the art phone running like your old mobile in no time ;-)
freebiehunter
NIgelK
Heat added as it's a saving. Installed it on my iPhone but can't see what extra it offers over what Apple do anyway?

The mobile app doesn't offer much more that what can be done with other Apple / Android apps (many of which are free), but it's the convenience of having various functions all within one app - the app scanner / sd card scanner (android) / Ios to Android contact share / web protection, and some of the tracking functionality is handy


Doesn't do very much for iPhones:

https://mobilesecurity.norton.com
NIgelK
Heat added as it's a saving. Installed it on my iPhone but can't see what extra it offers over what Apple do anyway?

The mobile app doesn't offer much more that what can be done with other Apple / Android apps (many of which are free), but it's the convenience of having various functions all within one app - the app scanner / sd card scanner (android) / Ios to Android contact share / web protection, and some of the tracking functionality is handy
Heat added as it's a saving. Installed it on my iPhone but can't see what extra it offers over what Apple do anyway?
corred1964
freebiehunter
corred1964
freebiehunter
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hev123
don't see why this is not hot

Because a lot of us have had Norton on our PC's and know what a resource hungry invasive AV program it is & don't want to risk it being the same on Android !!

Avast is a better free AV option for both PC and Android
except its not a resource hungry invasive AV program ;)

Ahhhh Norton...the only AV program I have ever used which required a special removal tool to get rid of all the crap it left behind after using the uninstaller
You obviously haven't used it in many years then, Norton has moved on a lot in recent years and is far superior to what the name and brand used to be ;)

No and following those experiences I will never use Norton again.....I do have to add that when I last had & uninstalled the Norton AV & installed a new program I found that the Norton had missed a couple of infections which were left behind

I test and use most AV's on the market and currently have @ 200+ desktop/laptops running a mixture of Norton AV / Int Security and in my experience it's probably the other AV that you have installed that found a false positive and not an infection that Norton missed, but we all have our own preference
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Norton 360™ Multi Device from £29.99

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Security for up to 3 devices in one combined solution. Norton 360TM Multi-Device - Protection for any combination of Macs®, PCs and AndroidTM smartphones and tablets. - Tracking and recovery for lost
umli Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago9 Comments
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I'm with desherpherd here. Norton products got so bad, I moved a companies AV to McAfee. Since 2009 through there has been a marked transformation in Norton products. I've been using 360 on several PC's and it just works, is now very light weight, compared to other products and for what it does, and doesn't slow your machine down as much as it's Norton reputation would suggest. Yes it costs, but you can usually find a good deal if you look around. £10 for a years NIS is my best so far :), and that's on 3 PC's.
lordminty
Norton is one of the worst bits of software you could ever put on your PC. Don't do it!
It did have a really bad reputation and Norton noticed this ~2009 so they did a complete redesign to reduce the bloat/processor hoging/etc and since 2009 it has been dramatically better and often outperforms other systems is reviews. I switched from AVG to NIS at that point and the difference was dramatic - AVG v8 ... now that was a resource hog!
N.b. had a nice surprise this week when I discovered that it was cheaper to renew my existing 3 PC license online from them for £20 than to do my usual practice of buying a new version at £25 to get a new license key! Often virus companies charge full list price for renewals but this time found Norton offering a special deal for renewals

Edited By: deshepherd on Feb 18, 2014 11:23
Norton is one of the worst bits of software you could ever put on your PC. Don't do it!
Many free alternatives or much cheaper and better ones as said above and things like malwarebytes which are one off £10 payments etc...
Awful, avoid!!
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Norton 360 2013 1 year protection for 3 PCs £28.79

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Norton are currently offering Norton 360 2013 1 year protection for 3 PCs for £35.99. Voucher 20SYMNORTONUK reduces the price to £28.79. There is a possible 26.25% cashback from TopCashBack or 12% cas…
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JamesHardy89
If you bought a new laptop and it came with Norton for 90 days just keep factory resetting your laptop when it runs out, never pay for it again lol


Yeah that's totally not a problem for most people as they do complete backups and so this would be a super money saving idea.

Oh wait....... :p

Edited By: spannerzone on Jul 21, 2013 18:43
Avira is the way and it's free
JamesHardy89
If you bought a new laptop and it came with Norton for 90 days just keep factory resetting your laptop when it runs out, never pay for it again lol

If you've got Norton installed, a factory reset every 90 days is probably a good idea anyway.
If you bought a new laptop and it came with Norton for 90 days just keep factory resetting your laptop when it runs out, never pay for it again lol
Just use windows security essentials. Free to download on xp, vista and 7, ore installed on windows 8.
It's free, officially from Microsoft and i haven't had a virus in the past 6 years? Doesn't slow down a computer at all either, very minimal.
Norton ends up hindering your computer than helping it.
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Norton Antivirus 2012/13 6 Months FREE!

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6-month Norton AntiVirus offer is available to new customers only!* *For existing users just use new email :) This is the full version but you get 6 months FREE :D NOTE --------- 1.…
ShayKaPow Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago20 Comments
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Quadrille
yasuort1

yeah I have norton on mine and no problems of slowing down, it does checks and blocke malware sites, what's not to like?

The price.

Free for six months, then pay for six months ... while even if you're right, that it has improved, others have scored better in independent tests (consistently) , and are free.

And I'll bet Norton STILL interferes with other programmes and changes your default search - because that never a 'fault', it was always selling piggybacks to crap software comapanies.

Like paying £1000 a year to Sky and STILL getting 15 minutes of adverts an hour ;)


You can disable anything norton tries to add on when you set it up easily, and luckily for me mine's paid for by company
but yeah when it runs out I'll have a look at stuff you've recommended :3
riversidestrikers
daveaugood
cold, worst anti virus ever!

what do you recommend please?


Just use Microsoft's Security Essentials, it built in on Windows 8
yasuort1

yeah I have norton on mine and no problems of slowing down, it does checks and blocke malware sites, what's not to like?

The price.

Free for six months, then pay for six months ... while even if you're right, that it has improved, others have scored better in independent tests (consistently) , and are free.

And I'll bet Norton STILL interferes with other programmes and changes your default search - because that never a 'fault', it was always selling piggybacks to crap software comapanies.

Like paying £1000 a year to Sky and STILL getting 15 minutes of adverts an hour ;)


Edited By: Quadrille on May 27, 2013 04:33
kingkai
neon7871
Norton has come on massively. I find it a great AV. Years ago Norton and Mcafee were terrible, norton have really stepped it up and I don't find any lag etc. off it. Hot


i agree Norton has really changed, it is not a resource hog anymore.

yeah I have norton on mine and no problems of slowing down, it does checks and blocke malware sites, what's not to like?
neon7871
Norton has come on massively. I find it a great AV. Years ago Norton and Mcafee were terrible, norton have really stepped it up and I don't find any lag etc. off it. Hot


i agree Norton has really changed, it is not a resource hog anymore.
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Norton Antivirus 2013 (1 PC/1 Year) £5.49 Direct from Norton!

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Instructions ----------------- 1. Visit URL 2. Select Norton Antivirus 2011 3. Enter Coupon Code: USNORTON20 4. Basket Price $7.99 5. Complete Payment Product Key Can Be Used With
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It worked. Stated I am from Uruguay with English address :)
Hi everyone. Have tried to use the link to purchase internet security but UK doesn't appear in the country options when address information is being input. Has anyone any ideas?
has anyone ordered this it is american?
AndySwain
Beware the inbuilt "Auto Renewal" clause that will debit the Current (full/inflated) renewal price, without warning, in one years time, (when you've forgotten to cancel it)....

Cheers for the heads up :)
Beware the inbuilt "Auto Renewal" clause that will debit the Current (full/inflated) renewal price, without warning, in one years time, (when you've forgotten to cancel it)....
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Norton Internet Security 2013 - 1 year (3 PC) £6.00

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Following on from the other Norton deal -- Rather than do that deal and go via the main site as linked >> Download the Version you want first on a trial. Then go through the upgrade process
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thanks a lot. i have done exactly as u said and got it for 6 pounds.. :) God bless
It works by UPGRADING the TRIAL of the software you have installed.
I have both trials ( NIS & N360 ) expired but still on my account.
Got it to renew v. cheap for NIS but NOT for N360

Suppose if you go via Quidco / TCB to Norton, then log in to your account, theres a chance you'll get £1.50 back as well, making the effective overall cost £4.50 !

And cue the " That's £4.50 too much " quotes !
Fozmeister
Great find OP - shame can't be done with N360 - heat anyway ! A great UKDeal !
does it work with N360 ???
can i start using it after a year ?
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Norton Internet Security 2013 / Norton 360 - 1 year (3 PC) £10.00

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Norton Internet Security 2013 / Norton 360 for download for £10/12. Use code NORTON60VK to get this price. Please don't vote cold because of free alternatives, for people who want to use Norton this i…
DD98 Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago265 Comments
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Hi, I'd this still live? I used the link above and added the code and got a message saying please use valid coupon code, no price reduction. Thanks.
Marc_A
Doesn't seem to work anymore?

damnit .. got paid today and was goign to use teh code .. ..doesnt work :(
Doesn't seem to work anymore?
tehwabbit
stvoritel
tehwabbit
stvoritel
COLD because Norton lies and because of stupid people in Norton support.
To advise to block all ports in order to pass their online security test showed me how this company understands the security.

Their support is stupid, as is most phone-based IT support, but you really should block ports that aren't actively being used. Ideally you should have all ports closed except for the ones your applications *need*

Correct. And even this was email communication, it's still been a help from Norton. So not experts to me.
They advised me to block all ports, as I stated above.

This is why I never ring phone support for anything :P
It's all terrible scripts and dodgy accents!
sebmason
Guys seriously, do not use norton. Even if they paid me I wouldn't use it. Resource heavy, if you have windows 8 Microsoft security essentials is built in! If you have 7 then just download that for free. Or even better get Linux or a mac
You have a **** PC then, I'm sorry.
I rarely see any CPU usage or RAM usage anything greater than my old copy of Avast or MSE did.

The main thing for me is that Norton and Avast Pro are *so* much faster than MSE at a full system scan. I can be done in no time at all, including scanning all my externals that move between work/home/friends systems all the time.

I don't care what people use, but saying that paid software is pointless makes you look a tad daft.

Also, hate to break it to you but Macs can get virus's these days.
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Norton Anti Virus software - half price @ norton.com - £24.99

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Great offer on very effective anti virus software, if you need to renew - check it out.... 50% off normal price for 1 year of software.
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landwomble
Wouldn't touch it with a bargepole

Same Here!

AVG or Avast for free. Both do a better job and isnt a resource hungry either!

AVG and Avast Free Downloads give no way near the same level of protection.
Crap bloatware product.
DavidL
£49.99 when i click through. how do you get it for £24.99 ?????

It's on a different part of the site: link

For info, PC Mag's review of the different 2013 security suites: link
Cold because of mse, which renders bloated old paranoia-inducing malware like this completely useless.
landwomble
Wouldn't touch it with a bargepole

Same Here!

AVG or Avast for free. Both do a better job and isnt a resource hungry either!
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Norton 360 for 3 PC's for 1 year with code £17.99 @ Norton - Symantec

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Hi, went via the link to Norton and they had 360 reduced to £29.99, found a code for 40% off STORE40 so all in £17.99. First post and I'm sure not everyone likes Norton but it's served me well an…
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I'm a computer tech and have used this for years now. I used to use Norton back in the day - when it was bloatware, moved to McAfee, gave Norton 360 ago when it hit version 2 and haven't looked back since - just sits there and does the job, and not a resource hog either.
I have used Norton (always on special offer) for 5 years, with no problems. Im not a computer tech, and I need to use my stored card info and stored passwords, so this suits me just fine. Heat added.
If you use this link:
http://buy-static.norton.com/norton/ps/3up_uk_en_navnis360_br_nf_360.html?om_sem_cid=hho_sem_ic:gb:ggl:en:e|kw0000000559|14369297668&country=GB

Remove the tune up thing and add voucher STORE40

Then you get a total price of £ 17.99 for 3 computer's for a year :) or you can get the Internet Security (which is almost the same - Just no PC Tune up) for £14.99
Its coming up at £35.99 with the discount code - Doh!!
CaNsA
Who the f*** buys this crap, let alone uses it........
I do I bet you use a free one
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Norton Internet Security 2013 £14.99

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Its working again with STORE40 above VAT as 08/12/2012 14:45 rep to pman1342
lemop Avatar3y, 11m agoFound 3 years, 11 months ago5 Comments
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worked fine for me - 2 year renewal for £26.99 and hopefully 25% cashback at quidco - don't understand the -ve rating!
it worked.. I used it while renewing.. and got 2 year subscription of £41.47 in £26.99. great.. thanks
Ta bought for my annual subscription. Does me and 2 friends computers so bargain. Quidco doing 25% cashback
Glad it worked in some way for another product, must be the christmas elves at work.:)
I found a link from an earlier Fozmeister posting:
http://buy-static.norton.com/norton/ps/3up_uk_en_navnis360_br_nf_360.html?om_sem_cid=hho_sem_ic:gb:ggl:en:e|kw0000000559|14369297668&country=GB
offers Norton Internet Security 2013 and Norton 360 for 1yr at 50% off.

HOWEVER I got to Norton site via Cashback - TopCashBack in my instance as wanted Norton 360
then the above URL
then applied the STORE40 you provided
and got Norton 360 for 3 PCs for 1yr for £17.99 [less £3.82 TCB tracked will be £14.17 or £4.72/PC]
More than last year but cheap enough to get on with it.
MKD

Edited By: mk-donald on Dec 09, 2012 01:08: TCB £
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Norton Internet Security 2013 - £14.99 - REAL BARGAIN!!!

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Another round of Norton, this time NIS2013 @ £14.99. To get this deal, go to the following site and use code STORE40: http://buy-static.norton.com/norton/ps/3up_uk_en_navnis360_br_nf_360.htm…
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Does anyone know if I can buy this even tho i have around 40 days left on my current subscription, and get it to start from the day my current one ends?
I have used NIS keys at least 11 months after purchase. So I agree with pman1342.
I've bought old versions of NIS from Argos when they clear them out on Ebay. I've recently activated a copy of 2013 using the key from a 2008 edition. Worth bearing in mind as this deal's expired. ;)

It's really quite sad how the the anti-Norton sheep chime in with utter nonsense every time a deal is posted.

Edited By: rbz5416 on Dec 28, 2012 18:55
Thanks - This has worked!!! I paid £11.99 last year for Norton 360 but less than £15 is still acceptable
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Still active 08/12/2012 1430 (watch auto subscribe) :D
Yipeee. Just bought. bargain!!! Thanks
Thanks OP , managed to save approx £50 from this deal , result :)
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NORTON 360 £17.99 FROM SYMANTEC

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Norton 360™ Ultimate virus protection – with backup and 2 GB online storage. Windows 8/7/XP/Vista. Up to 3 household PCs NORMALLY £59.99 NOW £29.99 WITH 50% DISCOUNT THEN ENTER CODE AT
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Just bought for £17.99 for 3 PCs. Used one of the links posted and discount codes for 40% discount to get it at that price, no problems.
Finished now :-(
Thanks, a few quids saved.

Still working!
Thank you !! :-)