Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: Williamsburg, VA, USA
Instead of renewing, I went to Staples and purchased the Intuit TurboTax software (at $5 off) which provided rebates towards Norton and a host of other products. The Norton Internet Security 2008 listed for $69.95 with a instant $10 rebate from staples. I do not want the Norton 360. I also received a $40 rebate since buying the tax software and a $20 upgrade rebate. In the end, Norton did not cost me anything (as long as I receive the rebates). Instead of renewing online, I have been doing this for the past few years as I figure the base Norton software "should" get improved each year release. The one thing that I hate is that I have 19 days left on my current subscription. If I were to install Norton now, the one year of updates starts now. From my understanding, this is the same way as when you renew, your one year period starts instantly. At least that is my story!
2008 RT - Sold December 2019
2000 LT - Totaled at 99,960 miles
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