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Jack

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Norton always has this kind of promotions.90 days for free , it's almost a rule for them.The sad part is that if you go to their official website and try to download a simple 30days trail you will not be able to do so. -1 Symantec....-1
 

Watasha

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Oh you're preaching to the choir as I am no Symantec fan. I just have to put my personal views aside when posting things such as this since I know some people would like to test it out.
 

bogdan

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I am sure that they loose clients because of this. (requiring credit card info to download a trial and automatically charging you after 30 days.)
 

Jack

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Yes.To download a copy of NIS from Symantec servers you need a credit card.If you don't like NIS in the 30days trail period you can then cancel your subscription and you won't be charged. (-1 Symantec) . If you do like it they will just take the money from your credit card.
Note : This isn't a new thing.It has been like this from sometime now...
 

bogdan

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Watasha said:
They require credit card info? I would have put a disclaimer if I had known that.
The ING offer you posted lets you download directly. On Symantec site, to download a trial you need to provide your credit card no. I think both me & jack were talking about the trial on Symantec site.
 

Jack

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Yes,we are talking about the trial on Symantec site.
The 90 days promo is ok. :D
 
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