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[iOS, Android] Norton Mobile Security (3 Devices, 12 Months, Digital Download) $20 with $20 Norton Cashback @ JB Hi-Fi


Just noticed that there is cashback offer going on for Norton mobile security. Never used it so can't comment on the service. But it comes to free after $20.00 cashback, for those who need.

Norton Cashback web site — claim closes 8 Feburary 2021.

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  • the package shows Android + iOS, making it a better deal as I do not think many will install this on an iPhone/iPad

    • Oh..Didn't realise it was for Android as well. Saw iOS on the picture so published for iOS only. I will change it. Thanks!

  • What slows down your computer, kills battery, gives constant pop-ups and extorts you for money…… a virus or an anti-virus?

  • Don't think I'll install it even if it's free and I get $20 cashback.

    • For $20 - I would install.
      If they want me to keep it - we are talking subscription now. :)
      If they pay me $20 a month I would keep it installed.

  • I have just installed this. It's not worth it honestly, they require a lot of permissions and it drains your battery a lot. In addition, they don't actually scan the whole phone like other antivirus apps. This only scans the apps and the files in general, but not the whole phone.

  • Why pay for an Android AV like Norton when there more reliable and free ones around minus the alleged included advertising, dodgy permissions, and spyware.

    Try Sophos Intercept X for Mobile https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sophos.sms...

    Full version without any ads or spyware, doesn't slow your device down, and did I mention, it's free.

    No affiliation, just a satisfied user.

  • Ever since I made the life hanging error of installing Norton SystemWorks 2003, yep way back then. I would never, ever use Norton Software, even if someone paid me.

  • Cashback will deposit to where?

  • Original post with comments similar to ones in this thread https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/530458

    Personally, I trust Symantec and their Norton products with the security aspect.

    But they could certainly address some of the issues mentioned in this thread, and clean up their product presentation, marketing, and user interface, etc.