Norton Internet Security 2013 / Norton 360 - 1 year (3 PC) £10
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Norton Internet Security 2013 / Norton 360 - 1 year (3 PC) £10

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Found 19th Jan 2013
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 is a good deal, only £3.33 per computer for a year.

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quote=DD98]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 is a good deal, only £3.33 per computer for a year.[/quote]

Totally agree, I use Norton, and always look for a good deal

Could i buy this for next year as i have recently bought this online. How long is the expirey once paid ?

Good deal once you delete nortons auto add ons!

michbeat

Could i buy this for next year as i have recently bought this online. How … Could i buy this for next year as i have recently bought this online. How long is the expirey once paid ?



The code is the key, so keep the email and use next year

Save yourself £10, use Microsoft Security Essentials or Avast.

Always one isn't there!! @killie! Avast is crap. Thanks for the post!! Hear added

It is coming up as £20 for me using the code. What am I doing wrong?

absolute steal!! heat added

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donaldduck2

It is coming up as £20 for me using the code. What am I doing wrong?



The go to deal link doesn't seem to be working properly

Use this LINK and use the code NORTON60VK and delete 'Norton Virus Removal Assurance' from the shopping basket unless you want it.

Hope this helps.

donaldduck2

It is coming up as £20 for me using the code. What am I doing wrong?

Use the link in the OP, do not press the 'Get Deal' button.

Thanks, got 4 days left of current subscription so was hoping a new deal would be posted.

Was looking at this last night fro £23 on Amazon .... THANKS !

Good Deal, I too found a similar deal a few weeks ago but all the Norton haters voted it cold so people who do like Norton may have missed out, I'm sure these are the same people who hate Tesco, Apple, The Sun etc........................

Sorry I might have missed something but at wich stage of the purchase do you get the chance to input the code? I got as far as the card/address page but hadn't seen anywhere to put it. Good deal by the way Thanks

Good deal, heat added

Just under the price options greyed out in small print it says apply coupon and vouchers, got mine thats as mine runs out in 22days.
Thanks its a steal at a tenner.

Can this be added to an existing subscription?
Edited by: "mickyf" 19th Jan 2013

So many customers come in with Norton on their PC's, with Virus's in tow, claiming they've never had an issue with Norton and it's always worked, you go to scan their PC's because they run slowly, and what do you know... full... Pile of rubbish.

Great price. Not sure why you say £10/12 though - came up as £12 for me. VAT isn't optional.

Worth trying this though... click the link and add to basket. Then open topcashback and go to symantec. Once the link opens you'll see it still in your basket, add the code and get it for £12.

I did this in October and still managed to get the 25.25% cashback!

Have just done the same now, plan to keep the code and use once my current one expires - always includes free upgrade to next years version.

mickyf

Can this be added to an existing subscription?



No it will replace your current subscription code, meaning they are both now active and count down the 365 days.

Just keep the code and use once your current one expires. And remember towards the end of this year once the new version is released in the settings choose "check for new version" and you'll get the latest version of the software.

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

One final comment - make sure you go to your norton account online and disable the auto-renewal. Otherwise you'll be charged full price automatically once this subscription expires!

Hot!

killie99

Save yourself £10, use Microsoft Security Essentials or Avast.


I agree! I've been using Microsoft Security Essentials for years and never had any problems.
windows.microsoft.com/en-…ons

Waste of money, the worse anti-virus out there

Perhaps I'm in the minority here but Norton has caused issues in the past for me. It slows down my laptop and caused crashes. I have tried many versions over the years. I have currently been using Microsoft's free offering for more than 3 years and it has worked without issue. I reckon the designer's of the operating system know how to protect it the best!

killie99

Save yourself £10, use Microsoft Security Essentials or Avast.



avast is good, but MSE is terrible - was good until i got my first virus in 20 years+, so ive gone back to avast - never had a virus

it is still £10.00 in currys and with cloud aswell so cold from me

Waste of money

thinkiwillhaveit

Waste of money, the worse anti-virus out there



lol far from it, Norton is one of the best at present and has been near the top for the last 3 or 4 versions.

If you value your PC's resources, avoid Norton 2013. Slows down systems. MSE for Win 7 or below or AVG Free 2013 for Win 8. Both free, both light on resources (very light in comparison to Norton) and neither have let me or anyone I know down.

kharma45

lol far from it, Norton is one of the best at present and has been near … lol far from it, Norton is one of the best at present and has been near the top for the last 3 or 4 versions.



I didn't realise it had improved, may look into it again. About 4-5 years ago it was horrible, used to slow my machine down to a crawl, good to hear they've been making it less bloated.

kharma45

Norton is one of the best at present and has been near the top for the … Norton is one of the best at present and has been near the top for the last 3 or 4 versions.



Not according to these reviews.

its been a long time since I seen any av gets any hot vote here.

Doesn't windows 8 come with anti virus and firewall?

madnug

its been a long time since I seen any av gets any hot vote here.



Saturday morning. Lots of people who buy and fix their PCs at PC World must be on the forum.

Norton Antivirus.

Cold.

Bloody idiots norton is fine. Just cheap ass people not wanting to pay for it !

This is a decent price, but I urge you to see if your bank provides any security software for free. I found out that Barclays offer a full subscription to Kaspersky 2013 for three PCs for free. I clicked a button on my banking homepage, and they sent me a serial key.

[quote=killie99]Save yourself £10, use Microsoft Security Essentials or Avast.[/quote

The latest PC Pro magazine has a test of Internet
Security products and though it is adequate, Microsoft
Security Essentials is way down the list.
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