As one of the most reliable names in antivirus software, Norton has long been the go-to solution for online security. If you’re considering signing up with Norton, read all about their plans and pricing here.
Norton has over 25 years of experience in the field of online security intelligence and cybercrime prevention. Its Security Technology and Response (STAR) team consists of 550 security engineers, researchers, virus hunter and threat analysts, and this business has around 43 million customers globally.
Apart from developing the most up-to-date protection standards, STAR works at the forefront when it comes to cyber-attack investigations. It works alongside law enforcement agencies the world over, helping find innovative ways to track and find cybercriminals.
Norton’s Virus Protection Promise is that if a virus manages to get through its multi-layered defence system, you can expect a full refund of the money you’ve paid for its product.
Most popular plans
|Security Standard (1 PC or Mac)||Offers protection from viruses, malware, spyware and other online threats (like eavesdroppers on online transactions). Norton Security Premium works with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10, existing and previous two versions of macOS, iOS 8 or later and Android 4.0.3 or later.||$39.99|
|Security Deluxe (Multi-Device)||Offers protection for up to five devices (PC, Mac, tablet and smartphone). As well as the Norton Security Standard features, you get access to a user-friendly online portal that you can use to manage all your protected devices and family safety features so children can explore the Internet safely.||$49.99|
|Security Premium (Household)||Offers security for up to ten devices (PC, Mac, tablet and smartphone). Includes all the features included in the Multi-device option as well as 25GB of secure cloud storage for your PC.||$54.99|
What kind of customer support does Norton offer?
Norton offers its customers free support through its website. There you will find personalised support for each of Norton’s products, and you can turn to this section if you’re having trouble setting up your Norton product. If you think your computer is infected, you can turn to its threat removal section. You can turn to the Norton website to update your Norton product to the latest version, and you can also turn online to seek answers surrounding payments and renewals.