Norton 360 Premium (PC/Mac) - 10 Devices - 1-Year Subscription w/Auto Renewal
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- NOTE: 1-year pre-paid subscription requires a saved payment method to activate. Your account auto-renews annually (at the renewal price on the NortonLifeLock website) so you never have to worry about a disruption in your service; if you do not wish to renew, you can cancel anytime in your Norton account. Visit the NortonLifeLock website for further details.
- Offers layers of reliable protection for 1 year for up to 10 devices (PC, Mac, Android, or iOS)
- Real-time threat protection defends your devices against all sorts of existing and emerging threats, including ransomware, spyware, viruses, phishing, and other types of malware
- 75GB of secure, automatic PC cloud backup stores and protects your files as a preventative measure against hard drive failures, stolen devices, and ransomware (feature not available on Mac)
- Secure, no-log VPN lets you browse anonymously and securely, while adding bank-grade encryption to keep passwords and bank information secure and private
- PC Safecam notifies you in the event that your webcam is hacked, and takes measures to block hackers and cybercriminals from accessing it
- Password manager lets you create, store, and manage passwords, credit card information, and other private information securely
- Smart firewall monitors your computer's incoming and outgoing activity to block unauthorised traffic and keep your personal information safe
- Parental controls help you manage your children's online activity to guide them to explore the connected world safely (feature not available on Mac)
- Norton guarantees that if your device gets a virus that Norton's experts can't remove, you'll receive your money back
- Advanced technology uses the world's largest civilian threat intelligence network to help protect your online life
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Of the 8 reviewers who responded, 4 would recommend this product.
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- Just turn off auto renewal- January 7, 2020
Just like always, if you don’t want to auto renew, just turn it off. This has always been the case, even with previous versions. From Norton website: You may cancel your subscription at any time by signing in to My Norton and turning OFF the Automatic Renewal setting, or by contacting Member Services. If you cancel your subscription, please note that your cancellation request should be made a couple of days prior to your renewal billing date in order for the cancellation to be processed and to avoid automatic renewal charges. Keep in mind if you cancel, the subscription will not automatically renew. However, your protection will continue for the remaining days in your existing (already paid for) subscription term
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- Good By Norton!- December 26, 2019
I switched to Norton from McAfee about 10 years ago and certainly preferred the product and service to that offered by McAfee; however, its time to move on again. I totally disagree with Norton's expectation for buyers to to commit to a subscription and register a credit card number to activate the subscription. If I wanted a subscription with automatic renewal I would have chosen that option myself, but I will not have it forced on me - no matter how good the product is. I think this was an ill-informed decision by Norton, and I do hope it will be reversed so users can go back to buying boxed versions off the shelf. Additionally, the product should not be activated at the time of purchase, it should be activated when the purchaser installs it on his/her PC.
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- In store purchase no longer gets you the product- December 11, 2019
Norton now forces customers to register their credit card before using the software??!!! This is the most ridiculous product update decision I have ever heard. People who are okay with the subscription/credit card format have been able to sign up for years. For those who do not like automatic withdrawals from their credit cards, have always had the boxed retail version. Looks like Norton is no longer an option for me.
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