Norton Internet security 2011 £4.50 @ Tesco
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Norton Internet security 2011 £4.50 @ Tesco

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Found 20th Jun 2013
As usual I will probably get grief for this, but I did post this up before. It has now lowered again. For norton customers they can be upgraded to the current deal.

The licence can be used for the new 2013 software from norton.com website.

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It's a good deal for those that aren't computer savvy and want peace of mind.

Or just download a free one which does exactly the same thing.....

JPS

Or just download a free one which does exactly the same thing.....



But they don't, as reviews of IS shows for this year. chart.av-comparatives.org/cha…php
Edited by: "Waterboy8535" 20th Jun 2013

Heat added.

Better than MSE and at this price a steal.

it baffles me why people vote cold because of their own preferences on the product. This is a good deal if you need to update Norton. Standard versions cost loads more. Just because I dont personally use Norton doesnt mean that this isnt a good deal. Voted hot as its a great price for those that need to/ want to buy Norton.

Hotukdeals should be hotukpersonalopinions.

Find the same product cheaper or don't bother commenting, we've all heard the same for and against arguments every single time there's a paid for security software listed on here.
Edited by: "slackrat77" 20th Jun 2013

slackrat77

Hotukdeals should be hotukpersonalopinions.Find the same product cheaper … Hotukdeals should be hotukpersonalopinions.Find the same product cheaper or don't bother commenting, we've all heard the same for and against arguments every single time there's a paid for security software listed on here.



Says the person that posted the 2010 comparison charts: hotukdeals.com/mis…299

I'm not quoting personal opinion, i'm showing independent test results.

Feel free to post your first deal at some point, seeing as you've been a member for 4 years and 8 months. You seem vocal on other peoples deals but very quiet on your own.
Edited by: "Waterboy8535" 20th Jun 2013

Waterboy8535

Says the person that posted the 2010 comparison charts: … Says the person that posted the 2010 comparison charts: http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/av-comparatives-org-products-year-best-internet-security-861299I'm not quoting personal opinion, i'm showing independent test results.Feel free to post your first deal at some point, seeing as you've been a member for 4 years and 8 months. You seem vocal on other peoples deals but very quiet on your own.



Whoah, calm down, I wasn't having a pop at you personally.
I'm for paid security solutions not against them.
Jesus **** christ

Anyone who is "computer savvy" will know norton is the worst thing you can install on any PC.

thedvdmonster

Anyone who is "computer savvy" will know norton is the worst thing you … Anyone who is "computer savvy" will know norton is the worst thing you can install on any PC.



You're five years out of date.
It's pretty good these days.

thedvdmonster

Anyone who is "computer savvy" will know norton is the worst thing you … Anyone who is "computer savvy" will know norton is the worst thing you can install on any PC.


I tend to agree - however, my in laws (for example) swear by it, won't remove it or change it and spend £20-30 each year updating it. Whether I personally like or use it, i guess you have to vote on whether its a good deal or not. If this saves them and others money, then its a useful deal. I think anyone who spends the time to post a deal deserves thanks not criticism on a personal preference level.

thedvdmonster

Anyone who is "computer savvy" will know norton is the worst thing you … Anyone who is "computer savvy" will know norton is the worst thing you can install on any PC.



define 'savvy'.

I repair computers for a living and while i have been working with home user/small business PCs running various windows OS' since 1999 and have qualifications in doing so. would that make me 'savvy'?
I believe you get what you pay for and in business, unless a product is genuine non-profit and open source, or rely on advertising to make income you will not get a fully featured product for free.
how many of the 'free' products also have a version that you pay for too?
why would a company blow their whole load on a free product when they could sell it?
they will give you the bare minimum in a hope that you try it, like it and want to buy the full version.
otherwise they wouldnt bother. its a marketing tool.

how would you feel if you went to work and your boss said, "we don't need you anymore as this robot will do your job for free"?
probably worse if you were replaced by another human being doing your same job for free.
would you do the same job for free? what about if the company hung advertising around your neck and you got the income from that?



I tend to use free Avast or AVG. Does the job and free

Nerveless its a good deal. Hot.
Edited by: "darthvader666uk" 20th Jun 2013

darthvader666uk

I tend to use free Avast or AVG. Does the job and free :)Nerveless its a … I tend to use free Avast or AVG. Does the job and free :)Nerveless its a good deal. Hot.



And both of those offer a paid for version too. free cos you only get a basic amount of protection from them, so they should be supplemented with other softwares.
Would rate avast higher than avg though, which is as bad as Norton used to be.

Avg is also an abbreviation for average. So true.

BigAde

You're five years out of date.It's pretty good these days.



Totally agree - the dvdmonster would be blocked by anyone who is computer literate,

Where is it £4.50.?
Not on their website.
Store specific?
If so where?
How many left on shelf?

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