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Absolute, Symantec push combined bundle

updated 04:00 pm EDT, Wed July 18, 2007

Absolute & Symantec bundle

Absolute Software and Symantec are promoting a collaborative bundle, being sold at Apple's online and retail stores. After combining Absolute's Computrace LoJack with one of Symantec's Norton products -- including AntiVirus, Confidential or Personal Firewall -- buyers can mail in for a $50 rebate, presented in the form of a $50 Visa debit card. The offer expires after September 30th. LoJack is a theft protection service, used to identify and locate stolen computers. A one-year subscription costs $50, while three years is $100; the Norton software is $70 with the exception of Confidential ($50).

by MacNN Staff





  1. MacDeviant

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Computrace Lojack package

    Anti-virus? Is this package for servers with Windows and OSX or single users? Since starting with OS6, never had use of Anti-virus packages. Especially now with OSX. Really unclear as to the advantage of this package.

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Another revenue attempt

    Just another revenue attempt from symantec. trying to gain marketshare in the Mac world.

    Pathetic realy!

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