Norton Antivirus Subscription 1p & 4p! @ Tesco Instore
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Norton Antivirus Subscription 1p & 4p! @ Tesco Instore

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Found 2nd Feb 2015
Bargain for a 1 Year Subscription to Norton! Can subscribe up to 3 devices, Instore only but should be national.

-Antivirus Protection
-Maximum performance
-25GB Free cloud backup

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Original Poster

http://i.imgur.com/JNUUEon.jpg

I think Tesco are getting a little to much advertising tonight

Great price heat added

heat

it's Norton. They couldn't pay me to install onto 1 device let alone 3!

1-4p is a rip off.

Cold

what's the difference

1p RIP OFF Norton is shet! get BitDefender or Kaspersky

Cold.
Jk

Norton IS a virus.

Scorching Hot...leave aside comments based on outdated knowledge

thegamingkinginfo

Bargain for a 1 Year Subscription to Norton! Can subscribe up to 3 … Bargain for a 1 Year Subscription to Norton! Can subscribe up to 3 devices, Instore only but should be national.-Antivirus Protection-Maximum performance-25GB Free cloud backup



Which store?

Its not been activated derrrrr

Thats like getting a gift card and putting no credit on hahaha

I wouldn't use Norton if you paid me. It will slow down you machine more than a virus.

not activated, the code won't work, sorry.

wow its like the late 90s in here....

Obviously a fantastic price BUT Norton is just so full of bloated trash I do not recommend it at all.

reindeer333

I think Tesco are getting a little to much advertising tonight


Ever since I joined this site, it's always dominated the deals section. Makes you wonder doesn't it

Sorry to burst this bubble, It's 4p for the POS (Point of sale) They then charge you the full amount at the checkout!
Same with the Xbox/PSN Cards, they come up as 1p for POS but then activated at checkout and charged full amount!
Edited by: "F.D" 2nd Feb 2015

FantasyDeals

Sorry to burst this bubble It's 4p for the POS (Point of sale) They then … Sorry to burst this bubble It's 4p for the POS (Point of sale) They then charge you the full amount at the checkout!Same with the Xbox/PSN Cards, they come up as 1p for POS but then activated at checkout and charged full amount!



Indeed...they most likely have to give each POSA card a value so that they can list it on their stock file...

They are 1p for stock taking. You pay the full price at the till

MazingerZ

Ever since I joined this site, it's always dominated the deals section. … Ever since I joined this site, it's always dominated the deals section. Makes you wonder doesn't it



And people don't say the same about Amazon because........?

Theres a reason its that cheap. I also wouldn't put it on my system if you paid me.

You pay the full price at the till

I'm still voting you hot, because it's kinda cute you thought they put out working gift cards / vouchers on the shop floor

If I wanted to utterly murder the performance of my computer there are plenty of ways to do it for free.

Voting hot as a cracking deal but hate their packages with a passion. Terrible slow down and crashes mean I'll never use them even if free.

No deal here. Will be full price once scanned at the till. Spam in my view

Norton should pay us to install it! Awful program avoid!

Geez, Norton was a resource hogger of the past, but hey its grown up, got wiser, lost some weight, and leaner than ever, get with it ppl!. Check the mag reviews, its up there with the best now.

While Norton has come a long way since its dreadfull 90's resource hogging characteristics - its still an unnecessary purchase as there are plenty of free alternatives that at least match Norton's capabilities. There is absolutely no point whatsoever in paying for AV software these days.

What a load of tosh. Was working on a friend's laptop recently. He couldn't figure out why he had no space on his HDD. I eventually found a hidden Norton folder that had over 320GB of duplicated files in it.

Dear God! every time...........

so much more than it's worth.

Peter Norton's name has been trashed since putting it to that anti(pro)-virus, system debilitating sheet
Edited by: "vfrvulcan" 2nd Feb 2015

Symantec is awful, I have no idea why people, or even companies use it!

adamlee1

http://1viqdh3qdmxf3xgslc2rh33bmuo.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/files/2014/01/247705_1.pngAbove is a link to some facts taken by an independent organisation. Everyone else on this forum seems to be stuck in the 90s.


Agreed most are stuck 15+ years in the past or just repeating what they heard from others who heard from others who heard... etc. etc.. 30 second google search would show where they stand consistently on the top , unfortunately most here seem to think they know better than top research labs conducting independent tests, i have never had any problem with the suite for atleaset 5 + years and my pc is also that old .. no probs more people are put off by ignorant comments better i could get hold of good deals

How naive. "Independent" tests. And do you really blame people for holding a company in such low esteem when they have a proven track record of being shady as ****? And a quick Google search just reveals who's paid Google the most to get their information returned as a top search result. Wake up.

Norton used to REPLACE some of windows system files with their own versions and they stayed behind after deletion of the program so your windows installation was always infected with norton and really slows your computer down unlike others.
I dont know if their latest versions are the same but it ceartainly put me off never using it again and it also put some people in the computer world off.
Unwary people can also be conned into installing it when it comes bundled as a so called "benefit" with a new computer and it nags to be paid for after a SHORT period.
Sounds like another bout of CORPORATE GREED advertising.
I think that there are much better anti virus and other programs out there and at a FRACTION of their price.

CaptainSpaceCat

How naive. "Independent" tests. And do you really blame people for … How naive. "Independent" tests. And do you really blame people for holding a company in such low esteem when they have a proven track record of being shady as ****? And a quick Google search just reveals who's paid Google the most to get their information returned as a top search result. Wake up.


rather than asking others to wake up you seriously need to wake up, about being shady how aboubt that false 320Gb hidden norton folder you just made up, what a wally, iam pretty sure you "fixed up" mates laptop, I am also very Naive so could you in all your wise knowledge send me the link to that quick google search what you claim? I would be very greatful....
btw I have paid google to put my SMB higher up the pecking order am I shady as well? I thought that was called SEO , thought it was good bussiness practice may be I was wrong , should have met you before,
however iexpect you too are an expert It technical professional ..Lmao

CaptainSpaceCat

How naive. "Independent" tests. And do you really blame people for … How naive. "Independent" tests. And do you really blame people for holding a company in such low esteem when they have a proven track record of being shady as ****? And a quick Google search just reveals who's paid Google the most to get their information returned as a top search result. Wake up.


ha ha ha you must think you are real funny buddy, Naive indeed you are that is!! what has paying google for ads to go up the search results and anti virus research tests got to do with each other?apparently it seems you dont know much as you think you do , two words Wake Up!! Good bye


Edited by: "chandrajithka" 3rd Feb 2015
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