norton_mobile_security

Terms and Conditions
  • This is a 1-user 1-year license, for home and business use
  • You get free updates for one year
  • No free tech support
  • Can be installed or re-installed offer is over, as long as you get your license key before the offer has ended
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help
Technical Details
  • Developed by Norton
  • Version is v3.8.0.1199
  • Download size is 6 MB
  • Supports Android 2.2 and up, iOS 5.0 and up
  • VirusTotal scan results: N/A -- not applilcable

Feb 10, 2014

Free Norton Mobile Security (100% discount)

$29.99 Free!

Norton Mobile Security provides protection for Android smartphones and tablets, iPhone, and iPad with features such as anti-virus, finding lost or stolen devices, privacy protection, and more.

This sale has expired, sorry! See Active Sales list for more free and discounted Windows software.

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  1. nacar

    Reply to this comment#62

    lisns plese

  2. Le Minh

    Reply to this comment#61

    Help me! Mail: minhchanh6@yahoo.com
    Thanks you!

  3. Fethiza

    Reply to this comment#60

  4. Fethiza

    Reply to this comment#59

    I can help you for Norton Mobile security
    I have the emails for activation
    Contact me

  5. aaxax.jabar@yahoo.de

    Reply to this comment#58

    9004832441082633%3A8594135558

  6. jabaromar1981@gmail.com

    Reply to this comment#57

    [@Ashraf]

  7. aaxax.jabar@yahoo.de

    Reply to this comment#56

    [@Ara]

  8. Ara

    Reply to this comment#55

    Hello Ashraf, thank you for this giveaway and I would like to say the coupon still works!

    I purchased my Norton today, and the coupon was accepted… So remove it from the expired sales…

    Also, people are afraid of using their credit cards? Let them use test cards! http://www.paypalobjects.com/en_US/vhelp/paypalmanager_help/credit_card_numbers.htm

    That’s what I did and filled in a random US address and it worked! (even though I’m in Lebanon) Since Norton isn’t authorizing the card…

    Thank you again for all your sales!

  9. Mahir

    Reply to this comment#54

    Again and again it said that “You must be logged in to download files. Login”
    The link does not work.

  10. patara

    Reply to this comment#53

    This app was on my list of purchases as I’m using the free version at present but sadly it isn’t available for Australia.

  11. Pea

    Reply to this comment#52

    Ashraf, just wanted to thank you again. I disagree with folks carping about using a credit card. Why is this any different than signing up for the free month of Netflix or Amazon Prime? This is Symantec, not some fly by night company. And there’s a clear option to uncheck the automatic renewal, unlike those two examples. I use Google Calendar to send emails to remind me when to cancel. I’ve gotten several freebies over the years This is decent software, a great deal, and as you already said, if you don’t like it don’t do it. Some of us do like it. Don’t let the whiners ruin it for the rest of us!

  12. Pea

    Reply to this comment#51

    [@Ashraf] Uh, my bad! I did not see the thing that says count the characters. Time for new glasses:-p)

  13. davhag49

    Reply to this comment#50

    I do not think so. It is not right to give your card these days for a stupid mobile software.

  14. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#49

    [@Pea] There you go, found it :-)

  15. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#48

    [@Pea] The CAPTCHA is working fine. Just be sure to read its directions — you don’t enter the first two characters, you enter the number of characters it says. It asks for a CAPTCHA of all new posters, so once you complete it one time you won’t have to do it again. Let me go check SPAM for it, your comment may be there.

  16. Pea

    Reply to this comment#47

    Ashraf, I submitted long comment about how to get this on your device and working properly, your system flagged it as possible spam and showed a captcha, of which I could only enter first two characters so it bumped me out. Don’t know if it went through or not but thought you should know the captcha thing isn’t working properly. Why it flagged me as spam is a question too.

  17. Pea

    Reply to this comment#46

    Got stuck in some kind of endless loop without being able to download. Logged in and it told me to log in, etc. I think it goes like this. Do the first part on your computer if it’s easier.
    1. Click on Download it Now on this SOS page
    2. You will get an email from Ashraf with a coupon code and a link
    3. Follow that link, fill in all your registration info and yes, you need a valid credit card and a real address. When you enter the coupon code the dollar amount changes to $0.00 but be sure to uncheck the automatic renewal box before you hit finalize.
    4. Here’s the tricky part — you can’t seem to reach a working download page even though it shows up in your Norton Account Dashboard as purchased and this is where you will get stuck in endless loop on both a computer and your mobile device — don’t worry about this. I use Android. If you use an iPhone you’ll just have to do pretty much the same thing from the App Store.
    5. With your MOBILE DEVICE go to Google Play store. Search for “Norton Security Antivirus” from Norton Mobile. This is the correct one. It has a yellow/orange lock logo. Do not confuse this with other Norton products including Symantec Mobile Security. Install Norton Security Antivirus. Note this is the free app. Don’t worry about that.
    6. Once downloaded and installed open it up and enter your registered Norton email and password. It will now read “subscription 366 days left” up in the top right corner and you’re running the full paid app and Bob’s your uncle.

    Please note it will pick up things like games, etc, with in-app purchasing as malware. You can choose to ignore those if you actually use the apps.

    Sorry for the long post but this should help. Thanks Ashraf, this was a nice find!

  18. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#45

    [@one] No, no, no — you are not annoying at all. I appreciate feedback from SOS members. People like you make this family great. So, please, keep it coming :-)

  19. Avast is still free

    Reply to this comment#44

    Avast is free and has the same functionality.

  20. Andrew

    Reply to this comment#43

    This is a great giveaway. Although I would agree with you all that this would be better without giving a CC, during checkout you can unselect automatically renew. I also saw that people were wondering about getting the software. After you purchase the antivirus, download the app from either iOS or the app store- It is a free download. Inside the app, it will ask for your Norton account and password. Their system checks to see if you have the software purchased.

  21. one

    Reply to this comment#42

    Ashraf (Mr. Boss) – Feb 11, 2014 – Reply to this comment – #

    [@one] Firstly, let’s make it clear Norton is not paying us to promote this. We are promoting it because we felt people would be interested in it.

    Secondly, I disagree with you. While I don’t like the fact that Norton wants your CC, I will continue to promote such giveaways (baring any option to promote without CC) because it is better to have the option to get such a freebie than have no freebie at all. You may not be willing to give your CC but others will be, and if we were to not post such a giveaway, no one would be getting the freebie — and in my book, some is better than none.

    Well, not promoting here such ‘giveaways’ it was just an option, of course. Using credit card details to get a giveaway, is fishy at most, and it is abusive because they oblige you to accept it and not letting you to choose to do so. But norton is not sure they will win a customer trough this giveaway, and maybe their giveaway customers, will not see the option to not automatically subscribe after one year, and maybe they forget to do so when the one year is almost over … any way they are trying to “to sneak a payment” into peoples pockets, because they think this giveaway’s users are trying to ‘sneak’ into their good payed services for free. And sometimes they are wright.
    Anyhow, we always have to have vigilance in attention to people/companies behavior to see how they perceive us. Like trying to “to get away without making a payment”.
    Anyhow, I prefer to be “annoying” with my comments but to by silent or worst, “brain-sleeping inside my skull”. And asking for cc details in exchange for a free license code, is not the worst thing to give to a ‘legitimate’(another legal but immoral) company now days. I am sure that sometimes the option in having such a giveaway is worst than not having one at all. Even if I am not perfect, I really do not like some others to impose, especially important thinks upon me. In my first comment, I was presenting only an option, and not something to impose upon you. Even if somehow I knew best than you, it is not my place to take decisions in your behalf, even it it were possible. I am just grateful, in my own way of course, for the good deals you are having here and also for some good giveaways.

    Another, quite a long message … sorry about that.
    All my best thoughts for you.

  22. arfe

    Reply to this comment#41

    didn’t download.. why.? anybody can help me? please…..

  23. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#40

    [@EJames] [@jjuss] Is it really so hard to heard? You need to download from Norton, not us — this isn’t “fake”.

    @Everyone: If you don’t want to give your credit card, then don’t. It is as simple as that.

  24. jjuss

    Reply to this comment#39

    its fake

    Error 404 – Page not found!

    The page you trying to reach does not exist, or has been moved. Please use the menus or the search box to find what you are looking for

  25. MarekPe

    Reply to this comment#38

    It’s crazy. why I have to leave all details of my credit card?
    Sombady is collecting it for some reason….
    I do not want to wakeup with debet on the card…..

  26. EJames

    Reply to this comment#37

    For two days I have been trying to download this software. The links don’t work

    “Error 404 – Page not found!
    The page you trying to reach does not exist, or has been moved. Please use the menus or the search box to find what you are looking for.”

  27. ikll3r

    Reply to this comment#36

    good

  28. John Killian

    Reply to this comment#35

    nice BUT on checkout it wouldn’t continue unless I entered a credit card number. I don’t have a credit card and if I did why is requiring it for a $0.00 balance due????

  29. lithiga

    Reply to this comment#34

    Ashraf, nothing wrong with promoting it. What is VERY WRONG is not making it clear before checkout and you didn’t say it anywhere after checkout either!! Anything free that requires a credit card should be noted clearly in the description. x1000 if it is a clear scam, so that Norton can invisibly charge us in the future. Promoting scams without noting it as such is VERY WRONG. Btidefender does the same thing through Avangate and I see you didn’t note that little scam in that offer anywhere either.

    Is it your intention to mislead us into a scams?

  30. DavidON

    Reply to this comment#33

    Had this offer been discounted by 95%, I’d have been happy to pay the $1.50 and to provide Symantec with my credit card details. Instead it was discounted by 100%!
    While I’d prefer to leave my credit card in my wallet, giving it to a reputable company like Symantec is a small matter. I appreciate that not everyone has a credit card, but that’s not a good reason to keep offers like this away from everyone else.

  31. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#32

    [@one] Firstly, let’s make it clear Norton is not paying us to promote this. We are promoting it because we felt people would be interested in it.

    Secondly, I disagree with you. While I don’t like the fact that Norton wants your CC, I will continue to promote such giveaways (baring any option to promote without CC) because it is better to have the option to get such a freebie than have no freebie at all. You may not be willing to give your CC but others will be, and if we were to not post such a giveaway, no one would be getting the freebie — and in my book, some is better than none.

  32. one

    Reply to this comment#31

    Ashraf (Mr. Boss) – Feb 11, 2014 – Reply to this comment – #

    [@BruceM] Asking for credit card is NOT a bug. Symantec wants your CC so they can automatically renew Norton Mobile Security license after your one year freebie is over. That is just how they do it, nothing I can do about it.
    ————–
    Ashraf, you can do something about it. You do not promote such giveaways in here, unless they pay you enough. You should be payed for the info they are going to get from the users you are giving them; many of the giveaways require to use the email in getting the license code, even making an account on their website etc.

  33. one

    Reply to this comment#30

    If they ask for credit card details … it is a strange giveaway. If I live in some country where I do not need a credit card, like some undeveloped African country? Ashraf, you should keep this giveaways, giveaways. If someone likes the ’1year giveaway’ at the end might buy it and then he/she will just look on internet to buy it, probably directly from norton website. This request is actually and abuse to make not accept the giveaway. What kind a giveaway is that what is asking you to ‘pay’ it with your credit card information? One is asking for your email and other is asking for credit card details. One day these guys will ask for a proof that you really own a mobile phone and that you own (not have access) that phone number. And the demands could go more further. And norton doesn’t give a ‘perfect’ protection to deserve in asking such information, thus, this is an abuse. Not just an opinion, but just facts. Existence of cracks for norton products are such proofs. Thank you Ashraf, but this is not a true giveaway but a ‘pay with your credit card details giveaway’ if this even can be called a giveaway :))

  34. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#29

    [@BruceM] Asking for credit card is NOT a bug. Symantec wants your CC so they can automatically renew Norton Mobile Security license after your one year freebie is over. That is just how they do it, nothing I can do about it.

  35. ued

    Reply to this comment#28

    good

  36. vb whitehead

    Reply to this comment#27

    I forgot to say that I am in the U.S., so it should work if I understand the comments below correctly. Unless I missed something, I filled out their form completely, and yet nothing happened after that except for getting your standard email in my inbox. So to repeat myself, how are we supposed to receive the actual software?

  37. vb whitehead

    Reply to this comment#26

    I like the offer, BUT how are they going to get me the key–snail mail? No email from them in my inbox, and I did check my spam file. I don’t plan to look for a download until I get my key, but why don’t they just email a link and a key to those who sign up for the offer? By the way, I got your standard email almost instantly.

  38. BruceM

    Reply to this comment#25

    Sorry about some of the typo’s in my comment… I should remember never to type messages while juggling a bowl of cereal as a late night snack….

  39. BruceM

    Reply to this comment#24

    Ashraf,

    Its now 1:52am on 2/10/14 (EST) and the bug about having to provide Symantec with a credit card is still active. For this reason, I too have stopped going any further. I have no wish to provide a company with the level of personal information just to try out a new bit of software that I have not used before, no matter who they are. While this might help me out with my phone, its not worth the risk to me of giving up they level of info. Thanks for arranging for this deal, and, hopefully, in the future, Symantec will behave in a better fashion.

  40. Roy

    Reply to this comment#23

    The SW is to be downloaded directly from Norton site with a coupon, but you have to input all your billing and credit card details anyway. So i dropped it.
    Read more at http://sharewareonsale.com/s/norton-mobile-security-sale#ihaKUH8KBIA03lfz.99

  41. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#22

    [@saad] We’ve fixed that bug, sorry about that! Try now.

  42. deluani

    Reply to this comment#21

    [@saad]
    You have to put the value BOTH in the “Windows or Mac user” field, then you have to follow the instructions that you receive in your email. The SW is to be downloaded directly from Norton site with a coupon, but you have to input all your billing and credit card details anyway. So i dropped it.

  43. deluani

    Reply to this comment#20

    The download link for Norton Mobile Security does NOT work.
    It says: Error 404 – Page not found!
    The page you trying to reach does not exist, or has been moved. Please use the menus or the search box to find what you are looking for.

    Please send me the right link.
    Thanx

  44. saad

    Reply to this comment#19

    Like I said the download link is not working even in USA. I get the error listed below.

    Windows version of the program(s) you are trying to download is not available. Check our active sales list to see if we have any Windows software.

  45. saad

    Reply to this comment#18

    Download link is not working.

  46. DavidON

    Reply to this comment#17

    Thanks, Ashraf, this offer was perfectly timed for me.

    This s/w has good reviews elsewhere, but so far I’ve noticed a couple of funnies…
    (1) I’ve only had the phone for a few days, but its touch seems significantly less sensitive since I installed NMS.
    (2) NMS objects to Playware as a “Privacy Risk” because it collects my phone number. However, given that this is Sony s/w running on a Sony phone, I don’t think that I am too exposed! (It would have been nice if MBS had told me more about the app that just its name and icon.)

    Regards,
    David.

  47. Cristiano

    Reply to this comment#16

    the link is not working anymore :-(

  48. Godel

    Reply to this comment#15

    If you’re outside the US you might try accessing the offer through a free VPN with an American exit portal, but since they want credit card numbers as well, this may not work. The nationality of the issuing bank is in the credit card number, and security companies don’t usually miss much.

    CyberGhost and Hotspot Shield have free VPNs good enough for occasional use.

  49. Fred

    Reply to this comment#14

    Useless. Requires credit card. I don´t have no stupid credit card!

  50. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#13

    @Everyone: Sorry, I did not know this is not available for Europe. Whatever Norton shows is who they are offering it to, it is out of my control. As for credit card info, Norton is processing it themselves, I can’t do anything about it.

  51. jay stern

    Reply to this comment#12

    how do i get an license product key on norton mobile security key

  52. jay stern

    Reply to this comment#11

    how do i download to my cell phone

  53. Loki

    Reply to this comment#10

    About credit card… after one year license will be renewed automaticaly, and your card will have 30$ less :) You may be carefully with this, when you fill any forms. Otherwise there are free solutions and equally effective

  54. thaijay

    Reply to this comment#9

    Thanks for the offer. Norton and their normal direct sales channel, digital river are quite legitimate. Having been a Norton customer for some years, I was delighted to see the offer, especially since mobile licenses was one of the points holding back recommendations of this verses other internet security suites for Windows.

    However, having cleared the auto renewal button when purchasing my current norton product a couple of years ago and expiring 15 Feb, I have found the last week of renewal reminders from them to be very obtrusive. Given this, I am likely to change my mind on renewal of their product.

    FYI on my drop down Japan was listed in addition to the Americas countries.

    I understand the want of insuring legitimate customers (and thus asking for a credit card), I am not sure I like the method.

    Thanks again for tracking down the offer and to Norton for particvipating.

  55. Edward

    Reply to this comment#8

    Credit Card information is still required even after the coupon code is entered.

  56. kama-59

    Reply to this comment#7

    why to require data of a credit card, if a sentence free, though for one year? directly there are suspicions about untidiness of sellers. I won’t begin to use services of such unclear application. to developers greasy minus.

  57. slimul

    Reply to this comment#6

    how to use from Romania? No country availlable in Europe…

  58. fghita

    Reply to this comment#5

    [@Florin G]

    Please specify if this giveaway addresses only people from North and South Americas.

  59. babak

    Reply to this comment#4

    credit card needed .

  60. Florin G

    Reply to this comment#3

    I am from Europe and there is no way for me to find my country in the Enter a Billing Address form…. what should I do to finalize the order?

  61. Graham barnaby

    Reply to this comment#2

    how do i download this to my mobile phone and tablet????????

  62. FreewareLover

    Reply to this comment#1

    Hi, Please don’t forget to de-select the option for autorenewal. Also i don’t really understand if its free and not allowing to autoupgrade, still the giveaway forces to provide the card details. I will stay away from it.

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

  • This is a 1-user 1-year license, for home and business use
  • You get free updates for one year
  • No free tech support
  • Can be installed or re-installed offer is over, as long as you get your license key before the offer has ended
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help

Technical Details

  • Developed by Norton
  • Version is v3.8.0.1199
  • Download size is 6 MB
  • Supports Android 2.2 and up, iOS 5.0 and up
  • VirusTotal scan results: N/A — not applilcable