Norton Antivirus 2002 subscription service expires

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KateB

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It's going to expire on May 8th and I don't really want to pay for renewing the service. I've got used to the Norton's software and would prefer to carry on the same as before. What should I do?
 
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I got this recently. Mine expired a few days ago, i didn't want to pay too but i personally think its worth it. If it helps prevent me losing everything, all my work, photos etc then i figured its worth it.
 
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I've been using Norton for a few years, but have had AVG on one of my systems for the last 6 months to evaluate it.

http://www.grisoft.com/us/us_dwnl_free.php

It's free for personal use, and is a good substitute. I do not like the higher costs that Symantec are charging for their subscription service. they used to have it set to somethiing like $5, but last year it was up to $20, so I decided to buy the latest version instead. I don't like that, so will go with AVG when my subscription ends in May.
 
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I subscribed using Norton AV 2002 and have had no problems. The benefit is that your subscription is also good for Systemworks and Norton Firewall as well (if you have those products).
 

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thanks for your replies. Ive decided I will pay for the subsription after all
 
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