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Sad to say - I'm on my way
I wonder how many others are getting fed up with the subscription software model adopted by so my companies these days. I have been a faithful Norton customer for years. In recent times the annual subscription has leaped ahead of inflation. Often this goes unnoticed because of the dangerous automatic renewal slider. Having now reached 59 GBP for a year I have decided to pull the plug. I can buy a whole year's worth of MS Office for that kind of money. The situation is particularly galling since I could go to my local computer store and buy a heavily discounted entry sub for currently under 20 GBP. In my innocence I had for years thought it would be appropriate for Norton and many others to reward loyalty but the reverse is true and we are penalised for staying put. Not fair! So it's goodbye to NIS and hello to Windows Defender (latest Fall Creators' Edition at least as good as anything out there). Come on Norton - you've got 100 days to persuade me to change my mind!