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Microsoft Office 365 Family 6 Users 15 months + 5 users Norton 360 Deluxe 15 months or 6 users McAfee 12 months £54.54 @ Amazon
Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
Microsoft Office 365 15 months and security bundle

Terrible that softwware is now the latest of things to jump on the subscription wagon. "something you pay for but never own" (mad)


Totally agree.


Oh well that's an 'empirical' statement backed up with substantive evidence (unqualified opinion) we can all ignore at our peril.


I agree with the former and pitty you for the latter.


I've admined the enterprise version of McAfee for 7 years - it's not good. I've paid my own money for the consumer version of Norton for 13 years. And just paid for another 2 years.

15 Month Microsoft 365 Subscription with either McAfee Total Protection 2021 or Norton Deluxe - £54.54 @ Amazon
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Posted 22nd MarPosted 22nd Mar
The best I've seen for this deal is usually the 12 month edition of Microsoft 365/McAfee Total Protection that is sold at Argos several times a year for £39.99 (£43.95 delivery) bu… Read more

if you have a business account you can set up restrictions to filter out companies that provide a VAT receipt


Hi, may I ask how you found out they don't give a VAT receipt? I usually find I can't get VAT receipts until after the purchase is done. It's not a massive deal breaker for me but it would be nice to reclaim VAT if I can.


Still got the norton code?


It won't.


No reason I cant buy this twice and get 30 months is there? And assume it won't force me to install Mcafee or Norton?

Norton 360 Deluxe (5 device - 1 Year Subscription) - £19.99 - Norton - Plus Potential 80% Cashback at TopCashBack
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Posted 21st MarPosted 21st Mar
Very average price without the cashback. Amazing price if the cashback tracks though. Make sure you buy through TopCashBack obviously. Cashback never guaranteed but usually works … Read more

Quidco is now 88% cashback which is even better (y)


35% for me now. I think it's expired :(


King pauper :( Norton 360 29.75% cashback


Avira is very low resource, it came out first in an antivirus comparison for cpu usage in normal operation. ....having said that it does have a small popup advert once every 2/3 days.


Some banks offer antivirus for free - eg NatWest and RBS offer antimalwarebytes. Norton has had its day.

MS Office 365 Family [6 users - multiple PC's / Mac's, Tablets and Phones] + Norton/McAfee for 15 mths £54.51 (Digital delivery) @ Amazon
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Posted 17th MarPosted 17th Mar
MS 365 deals keep surfacing but I've not seen it this cheap before - giving a 25% extra in subscription. Norton or McAfee as your preference. 1TB cloud storage per user! And this … Read more

Thanks for the link to the extra 3 months promo, I got office 365 bundled with mcafee from argos & the link worked great & I got my extra 3 months this morning.


Good find, heat added. Sort of... While I always look out for the Argos offer for £39 (Great for stacking :D), purchased the last one 2 weeks ago and I used the link above ( *) to get an extra 3mths.




it expired about a week ago, hopefully it will be back as its been on offer for that before


Do you have a link to that 40 quid offer at Argos? I can only find Office there at 59.99.

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Norton 360 Premium 2021 [10-Device, 2-Year] - £24.99 @ PC Pro Magazine
Posted 13th FebPosted 13th Feb
Norton 360 Premium 2021 [10-Device, 2-Year] - £24.99 @ PC Pro Magazine£24.99PC Pro Magazine Deals
Code will be sent via e-mail. Real-time Threat Protection Advanced security with antivirus helps protect against existing and emerging online threats to your devices, and helps … Read more

Thanks. (y)


If this encourages people to put antivirus software on their devices then great. I already use Bitdefender total security (15 licences). I have installed it on various smartphones, tablets, and desktops that I have and family members e.g parents own. I had to remove ransomware before from my parents desktop and wouldn't wish to have to do that again!


Short answer: On chat , tell then that you want to stack. They ask you to activate the new key. Then they combine both in your account. I wanted to be on the safe side and first chatted to them and let them confirm that they can stack. Then - with the chat session still open - I bought the key. The then wanted me to activate the key to my account. Then chat person connected things.


Do you add the key to your account then go onto chat or actually give customer service your key and they add it on to your existing sub for you?


Just chat with them. They combine both licenses. I just did it, took 10 minutes. You can even ask them in the chat and they wait during you buy the second code and activate it. Then they merge both into one. 4 years for £42 as a business. Cracking deal. Thanks OP

Norton 360 Premium 2021 Antivirus software 10 Devices & 1-year subscription with auto renewal - £18.49 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon
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Posted 23rd JanPosted 23rd Jan
Norton 360 Premium 2021 Antivirus software 10 Devices & 1-year subscription with auto renewal - £18.49 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon£18.49Amazon Deals
PRE-PAID SUBSCRIPTION WITH ENROLLMENT AND ACTIVATION ONLINE: A payment method (Credit card or PayPal) must be saved in your Norton account to activate and use. You won’t be charged… Read more

I use Norton, for the password manager the secure vaulted backup not just the antivirus. the PCPro link works out at 12:50 per year that's a good deal for the safety net it provides for me. Word or warning, if you already have a Norton Antiviurs account with time to run, if you buy it via the PCPro link keep the ccde and add it to your account on the day your current subs runs out otherwise you will end up with two concurrent subs. Support can rectify it for you and merge the two accounts but it's easier to save the hassle.


Yea, as they certainly will have various types of firewalls at the border, thus reducing what comes into the internal network. Home users don't have that sort of setup.


My work (large enterprise) who are pretty security conscious (paranoid) recently changed our AV to windows defender. Was iirc Symantec before. IMO if it’s good enough for enterprise IT it’s certainly good enough for joe public


And when you come to uninstall it (which you will eventually want to do) good luck!


If you install it on your Mac it actually works out cheaper to heat your house than using gas.