Norton 360 Premium [10-Device, 2-YR] £29.99 @ ComputerActive
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Norton 360 Premium [10-Device, 2-YR] £29.99 @ ComputerActive

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Expires on 31/12/2019Posted 8th Nov
Computeractive has Norton 360 Premium 10-Device, 2-YR for only £29.99, saving 83%, until 31 December 2019!
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Great deal (seems extended).

Not the bloatware it once was (20 odd years ago) & AV/security software IS worth paying for, before those war cries come out.
Cold, sorry. I buy them from Amazon for around £20-£21 each year for ten devices.
Norton haters will be out soon..

The free Microsoft defender is a better product.
Norton is full of bloat and spyware.

Wouldn't put Norton on my PC if they paid me.

Nuff said... Yawn..
This is a 2-YR option! The Amazon is 1-YR!!
I was once told that the best anti-virus was common sense however there will always be those men that believe that there are hot single ladies only wanting one thing only 0.2 miles away.
Edited by: "Cloeeez" 8th Nov
Anyone know if you can “queue up” this licence to start when your current 10-device Norton Internet Security subscription expires?

I know if you call Norton they can make a new licence key start automatically when the old expires eg 100 days remaining and you have 465 days to expiry if it’s the same product. I don’t know if Norton consider this a replacement for the old NIS 10-user key.
Good deal...not quite the same but good alternative, still norton
amazon.co.uk/Sec…8-3
gettingwarmer08/11/2019 20:02

Anyone know if you can “queue up” this licence to start when your current 1 …Anyone know if you can “queue up” this licence to start when your current 10-device Norton Internet Security subscription expires? I know if you call Norton they can make a new licence key start automatically when the old expires eg 100 days remaining and you have 465 days to expiry if it’s the same product. I don’t know if Norton consider this a replacement for the old NIS 10-user key.


You can't add it to your Norton account and "queue" the code, but you can simply order and hold the code and use when you're ready? When you purchase, the code doesn't start counting down until you add it to your account.
chris.wiles08/11/2019 20:19

You can't add it to your Norton account and "queue" the code, but you can …You can't add it to your Norton account and "queue" the code, but you can simply order and hold the code and use when you're ready? When you purchase, the code doesn't start counting down until you add it to your account.


UPDATE: you CAN queue this with an existing 10-user Norton Internet Security licence - via Norton support chat.

I now have 1102 days remaining.

They offer the choice of adding the new key to the old licence or vice versa. If you add to the old licence, no action required on your 10 PCs but you don't get the new features unlocked (like VPN). If they add your existing days to the new licence, you have to update the key immediately on every PC but the new features are released. No new software download was required. On the old software it switched to 1 day remaining.

You can also buy the new licence twice and stack up an extra 4 years according to Norton.
Edited by: "gettingwarmer" 9th Nov
PS It's quite hard to avoid taking the unnecessary "Extended Download Insurance" ComputerActive automatically add to the basket at £2.95 with no obvious remove button. Not quite sure how I got rid of it but scroll up and down from the basket item list, go back and forth and eventually a page with a 'remove' button was revealed.

Otherwise v good deal. 10 devices, 24 months - less than £1.50 per device per year.
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