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Norton Internet Security Installation advice


highside

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Am I going wrong somewhere? I have had Norton Internet Security for years, this year my automatic subscription they tell me is £51. Whats the point when it is being sold on the net by all sorts of people for half that? If I buy from an independent or auction site is there a catch and can I remove or write over my present installed copy with the new one? Thanks for advice.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Yes that's a rip off

you could even buy it cheaper from PC world :0) and uninsta;; old version using the uninstall tool from the site and reinstall the new

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sunnystaines

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i always shop around each year wh smith doing a good deal i think it was around £24 but PCW and novatec worth a look too they often do similar deals.

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highside

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Thats interesting but how would it affect my present account with Norton especially as it would be the same email address. Doesnt look easy to remove a Norton account (ie the associated account not the program itself)

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iscanut2

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Use the Norton uninstall software to remove current version and then buy a new version at half the price ! Do not choose automatic renewal !

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highside

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Thanks to all, sorted

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