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Norton 360 Platinum 100 GB 1 User 20 Device 12 Mo
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https://www.officedepot.com/a/pro...-100-GB-1/

Norton 360 Platinum - for up to 20 devices
100 GB SECURE PC CLOUD BACKUP
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PASSWORD MANAGER

Fine print says for new subscriptions only. But i see one more product with same info at $129. So i think its a mistake.
For new Norton subscriptions only at an introductory price.

i dont see platinum subscription info in us.norton but seeing in uk.norton at £ 119.99. so i think its a mistake.
https://uk.norton.com/pricing
https://us.norton.com/pricing
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Really good find, OP, usually I am content with the 10-Device sales around $20 near Black Friday, but if you need the extra devices (i.e. family members, etc) this is a significant deal. Shall see if it gets delivered!
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I think the fine print reads that it's new users only at an introductory price. Not sure if you can add it to an existing account or purchase multiples and stack them.
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Awesome deal! Thanks OP. I've always used Norton 360 and this is by far the best deal I've seen on it in a retail store
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Free with comcast internet
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Is this a virus?
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The mistake is buying Norton in the first place.
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I think the fine print reads that it's new users only at an introductory price. Not sure if you can add it to an existing account or purchase multiples and stack them.
Can anyone confirm, if I am already a Norton member, will this work?

Mine expires in December.

I usually just get 5 devices for $20, but hell this ain't bad for only $5 more!

Also can anyone confirm if this the NEWEST not an older version?
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Is this a software download or a box they send you in the mail?
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Is this a software download or a box they send you in the mail?
Download by the looks of it.
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The mistake is buying Norton in the first place.
It's pretty good now days. If you said that 10 years ago I would agree wholeheartedly. Before it was bloated and super slow. Now it's pretty light weight and good. Especially since most new computers have quad core processors and fast hard drives.
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Lol, I doubt it's a mistake. Anti-Virus Programs do nothing more than slow down your PC these days.

Windows already has a built in virus protection already called Windows Defender and actually works pretty well.

The best preventative to viruses and malware, is teaching yourself and your kids to stop clicking "Yes" to all the prompts and install popup blockers when you're looking at porn.
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Please STOP arguing about it's not good. To me it's good now. I mean, if you are still stuck with impression of Norton from versions of 5 years ago, that's YOUR problem. Don't infect this thread with your 'ignorance virus'!

We still need clarification if it indeed works for existing users or not since it's murky comment about working only for new users.
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It's pretty good now days. If you said that 10 years ago I would agree wholeheartedly. Before it was bloated and super slow. Now it's pretty light weight and good. Especially since most new computers have quad core processors and fast hard drives.
You're wasting your breath. There is no need to try to explain and convince idiots of this software. They hate Norton so much they go into every deal threads they come across. In the future, just ignore posts like this one. It's par for Norton threads.
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Will this software protect me from this dreaded "ignorance virus"? Smilie
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Please STOP arguing about it's not good. To me it's good now. I mean, if you are still stuck with impression of Norton from versions of 5 years ago, that's YOUR problem. Don't infect this thread with your 'ignorance virus'!
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