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If you buy this now, you don't need to use the code now. You can keep it until the current one expires. I have kept some of mine for years, before using them.
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I currently have a Norton subscription. Anyone know whether I can get this and extend it by 15 mo after the current one is supposed to expire (as opposed to just resetting the clock for 15 mo starting as soon as I redeem the code)? Thanks in advance.
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I currently have a Norton subscription. Anyone know whether I can get this and extend it by 15 mo after the current one is supposed to expire (as opposed to just resetting the clock for 15 mo starting as soon as I redeem the code)? Thanks in advance.
Can do an online chat with a Norton CSR who can combine current/additional subscriptions.
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I currently have a Norton subscription. Anyone know whether I can get this and extend it by 15 mo after the current one is supposed to expire (as opposed to just resetting the clock for 15 mo starting as soon as I redeem the code)? Thanks in advance.
If you buy this now, you don't need to use the code now. You can keep it until the current one expires. I have kept some of mine for years, before using them.
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Does Norton actually help more than windows 10 built in enough to bother? It's been a while since I managed team of tech support and back then Mac /PC college students had free Norton. It resulted in zero reduction of browser hijack on Mac or PC. For PC's zero help with constant infections and when not infection Norton itself blocked some essential program.

The mobile protection is even more dubious... anyone even know someone that got Android infection vs just news reports?

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Does Norton actually help more than windows 10 built in enough to bother? It's been a while since I managed team of tech support and back then Mac /PC college students had free Norton. It resulted in zero reduction of browser hijack on Mac or PC. For PC's zero help with constant infections and when not infection Norton itself blocked some essential program.

The mobile protection is even more dubious... anyone even know someone that got Android infection vs just news reports?

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Don't have data but I personally really doubt Norton helps improvement on security on current age. It does create lots of inconsistencies, btw.
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Comcast users get it free. Spectrum users get McAfee free
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Does Norton actually help more than windows 10 built in enough to bother? It's been a while since I managed team of tech support and back then Mac /PC college students had free Norton. It resulted in zero reduction of browser hijack on Mac or PC. For PC's zero help with constant infections and when not infection Norton itself blocked some essential program.

The mobile protection is even more dubious... anyone even know someone that got Android infection vs just news reports?

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Honestly Norton is probably the worse paid name brand antivirus. I've known many who had their devices compromised with the paid sub on it and Norton failed to detect it, even while ads were literally popping up from the desktop.
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Got it for Free, no-rush credit was applied automatically. Didn't know that this qualified for the credit.
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Honestly Norton is probably the worse paid name brand antivirus. I've known many who had their devices compromised with the paid sub on it and Norton failed to detect it, even while ads were literally popping up from the desktop.
There's always one. Please define "many".

Norton has worked great for me and many others, ever since they re-built their engine and sped things up dramatically, and I'm sure this will go FP with many TU.
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Antivirus software is a highly flawed last resort security solution for a windows PC that it's not worth even a dollar to upgrade over windows 10 built in AV.

There should never have been this parasite market feeding on what is expected of software developers in the first place. Modern day security is between the keyboard and chair and it's not your cat.
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Antivirus software is a highly flawed last resort security solution for a windows PC that it's not worth even a dollar to upgrade over windows 10 built in AV.

There should never have been this parasite market feeding on what is expected of software developers in the first place. Modern day security is between the keyboard and chair and it's not your cat.
So you trust Microsoft alone, with their AV, to protect you from all the endless flaws in Microsoft's own software and O/S? laugh out loud
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I currently have a Norton subscription. Anyone know whether I can get this and extend it by 15 mo after the current one is supposed to expire (as opposed to just resetting the clock for 15 mo starting as soon as I redeem the code)? Thanks in advance.
Buy it. Use it after the old one expire.
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