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Norton 360 Premium - Antivirus Software for 10 Devices - Includes VPN, PC Cloud Backup & Dark Web Monitoring Powered by LifeLock [Key Card] $25.99

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Thank You this is a good price for this.
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Hmmm... I'm sure to have LifeLock monitor dark web you have to give up all your personal info.
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Don't do it. Even for 10 devices it's not worth it. If you want a third party AV software save up a little more and get ESET.
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It's ok, last year I got for the same price, but 15 months. I'll wait. Got more than 300 days left.
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One of the bullets says "For new Norton subscriptions only at an introductory price." I have an active subscription and was hoping to just add another year by buying this (like I have many times in the past when it was Norton Internet Security), but now wondering if they're no longer allowing that?
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The new Norton Plan locks you in to automatic renewal at the going rate. You can't start a new account on a discounted price they have your Computer and IP info so that plan won't work you can quit Norton and uninstall it but no refund, They don't call it LifeLock for nothing. only switch to another manufacture AV. Enjoy your discounted price in 2020 and remember to quit before your plan ends if you forget You will pay the going rate in 2021 and no refund because you forgot about the automatic renewal.
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LifeLock basically is just an insurance, nothing they do can PREVENT your from identity theft.
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My McAfee software trial is ending tomorrow and I'm sure I'll need some software to replace it.

Should I consider Norton (for basic virus monitoring) or let Windows Defender do the work? It seems to hit the Top 2 on recent virus scan evaluations.
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It's ok, last year I got for the same price, but 15 months. I'll wait. Got more than 300 days left.
To all who don't know : your ISP gives you free AV software and free router
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To all who don't know : your ISP gives you free AV software and free router
I did not know that. Thank you! For spectrum customers, here's the link to the instruction where to find the free "security suite": https://www.spectrum.net/support/...tallation/
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To all who don't know : your ISP gives you free AV software and free router
Comcast gives u free AV but free router? I've never heard of that
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Comcast gives u free AV but free router? I've never heard of that
Yeah. Comcast Xfinity gives subscribers norton security center for free. Been using it for the last five years
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My McAfee software trial is ending tomorrow and I'm sure I'll need some software to replace it.

Should I consider Norton (for basic virus monitoring) or let Windows Defender do the work? It seems to hit the Top 2 on recent virus scan evaluations.
Windows defender is significantly better over the past year
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Cylance is better than all of these.
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