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5 Years of RoboForm Everywhere (Individual Plan) Password Manager for $29

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PCWorld is currently offering 5 years of RoboForm Everywhere (Individual Plan) for $29 (70% savings).

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3...er-29.html

Link to purchase is: https://shop.pcworld.com/sales/ro...bscription

Alternatively, they are selling Family Plan subscriptions for $49.

Note: Offer valid for new RoboForm Everywhere users only!

PCWorld also offers a 10% off promo code if you sign up for their newsletter. Look at the bottom of the Shop page (with title "Sign up & get 10% Off").
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I know RoboForm has it's haters from the "lifetime" license incident, but this a an excellent deal on an excellent program!
Now I just need to figure a way to make use of it as an existing user.
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I bought this deal when stacksocial had it for the same price. Long time lastpass user who finally got tired of the glitches. Struggling a little getting used to it especially generating new PW in android apps.
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I know RoboForm has it's haters from the "lifetime" license incident, but this a an excellent deal on an excellent program!
Now I just need to figure a way to make use of it as an existing user.
I jumped on it as soon as I saw it and THEN realized it was for new users. I now have to figure this out also.
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Anyone figure out how to make it work for existing users?
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I like lastpass more
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I just used another email account and exported from my old one, created new account and then imported the data in the new account. DONE
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