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# 116182 21-Apr-2013 11:06
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For clarity purposes:

As per https://www.vodafone.co.nz/home-phone-and-broadband/internet-services/pc-protection/, would a TelstraClear customer on a 12-month InHome package also be eligible for the $10/month for 3 PC offer?

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  # 803002 21-Apr-2013 11:16
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Don't bother with this type of antivirus.

Get Microsoft Security Essentials if you're on Windows 7 our use the free Windows defender if you're on Windows 8







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  # 803005 21-Apr-2013 11:32
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Not the information I'm after.

 
 
 
 


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  # 803626 22-Apr-2013 11:51
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Hi StevieT, this product is currently only available to Vodafone DSL customers for the time being. Please bear with us as we work to unify our different system and work towards making options such as these available to all our customers. Of course, if you wish to migrate from the InHome cable network to our DSL network, then PC Protection would naturally be available to you. Let me know if you would consider this and I will have a specialist migration agent get in touch with you.

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  # 803629 22-Apr-2013 11:54
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nakedmolerat: Don't bother with this type of antivirus.

Get Microsoft Security Essentials if you're on Windows 7 our use the free Windows defender if you're on Windows 8


Common Sense 2013 is also free. I hear it's the best.




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  # 804129 23-Apr-2013 10:13
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Demeter: Hi StevieT, this product is currently only available to Vodafone DSL customers for the time being. Please bear with us as we work to unify our different system and work towards making options such as these available to all our customers. Of course, if you wish to migrate from the InHome cable network to our DSL network, then PC Protection would naturally be available to you. Let me know if you would consider this and I will have a specialist migration agent get in touch with you.

Cheers,
Lon


Wouldn't moving from InHome cable to DSL be a downgrade?



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  # 804274 23-Apr-2013 12:55
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Thanks for the information.

I shall wait for F-Secure to be offered to TelstraClear customers..... I have a Norton subscription that has 152 days remaining, so plenty of time.

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  # 804483 23-Apr-2013 19:13
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LifeSteala: Wouldn't moving from InHome cable to DSL be a downgrade?


Hey the option isn't great, but it is an option. Amazingly not everybody values speed above all else ;) Had a customer yesterday who preferred being on dial up which works out only $10 a month less than our lowest broadband plan - but to her, it's what she wanted so we made it happen.




 
 
 
 


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  # 804485 23-Apr-2013 19:16
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michaelmurfy:
nakedmolerat: Don't bother with this type of antivirus.

Get Microsoft Security Essentials if you're on Windows 7 our use the free Windows defender if you're on Windows 8


Common Sense 2013 is also free. I hear it's the best.


How does common sense fair you when you visit a legitimate whose ads have been hijacked or something similar



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