AdMuncher in Emsisoft?!

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by ams963, Sep 11, 2012.

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  1. ams963

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    Hi,

    Why is AdMuncher in emsisoft.com? When did Emsisoft acquire AdMuncher? Is that supposed to be awesome?

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    Amit
     
  2. arsenaloyal

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    I think is promotion,it was not long ago that you got admucher free for a year when you bought EAM.
     
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    Then why is it in the emsisoft product list? I mean if it's a promotional thing then why not just put it elsewhere and clearly say it's promotional! Like they did the last time that you have mentioned.:doubt:
     
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    Also you can buy AdMuncher straight from emsisoft.com with no discounts whatsoever. There are no apparent promotions. I suspect a partnership between AdMuncher and Emsisoft. Not sure of what sort.
     
  5. arsenaloyal

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    Maybe the promotion blossomed into a partnership ? As far as i can see they are only offering the one year premium license,whereas AdMuncher.com offers multiple options and also a basic license.
     
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    AD MUNCHER

    Order online

    1 year US$ 29.95

    3-Pack:
    1 year US$ 76.37

    5-Pack:
    1 year US$ 119.80

    Ad Muncher ordering information

    http://www.emsisoft.com/en/software/admuncher/

    Yes it only offers 1 year licenses. I think a partnership it is. Hmm....I think it's better to get AdMuncher from their own website. More options.:)
     
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    it is very expensive man
     
  8. Noob

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    Yeah LOL.
    For an AD Blocker. :)
     
  9. jmonge

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    maybe AdFenDer it is free:)
     
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