Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by bigc73542, Sep 3, 2008.
thats a pretty good darn low price for a good program
I have ordered from here before and they are a good place to get software. As a matter of fact I have a security suite in transit from there now
thats good product so enjoy it,the price is rigth
I didn't get kaspersky though.
i see which one was it then?
Norton Internet Security Norton runs extremely well on my comp.
OEM versus Retail?
Isn't OEM only bundled with complete computers?
BigC, do they ship internationally ? Can't find any info, if they ship to Asia...
I will call tomorrow during their business hours and will inquire as to international shipping. I will post the answer here.
Oem software is the same thing as retail you just don't get product support from the software maker instead you get it from the retailer you bought it from. OEM software is legal to purchase and us. It will activate run and update the same as retail.
Really REALLY thanks a lot.....
I was looking for a way 2 buy avg av for a lot cheaper then the 35 euro's they r asking. On your site its 20 bucks but its oem. So what your saying is if i encounter bug or a conflict theres no way for me 2 get this fixed as the shop arent av engineers?
Also am not interrested in a shipment, a download version or a license would be just as good.
KIS 7.0 OEM license can allow upgrade to KIS 2009?
? Price drop or local $$
The little Aussie battler aint > the mighty $US
surplus stock ?
I called and they do ship internationally If your country is not listed just put in any country for the order and you can enter the correct one during checkout. That information is directly from the owner.
you can get it here, and AVG has a forum where you should be able to get any help you would need
thanks for that link bigc have not heard of this company before but they sure do have great prices.
Thanks a lot, BigC
Time for some VISA power
Many Many Thanks for the personal effort
thanks for the updated info bigc
LOL Panda AV is less then 10 bucks on there n NOD32 half cheaper then normal.
Give it up 2 BigC!
Sorry for a bit OT. Doesn,t it require the purchase of some hardware atleast9 no matter what the hardware is)?
I always get a piece of hardware with an OEM purchase, usually a stick of memory for something or other. But it's hardware.
Q: What exactly is OEM software?
A: OEM generally means "original equipment manufacturer." Sometimes it is referred to as "open-ended market" and used interchangeably with "bulk-pack," "white box," and "brown box." Almost all PC component and software vendors make two versions of the same product based on a difference in the distribution channels. One is the retail boxed products sold mainly through retailers. The second one is the OEM products which are sold mainly to system builders, such as Compaq and Dell (the OEMs). These bulk-pack products do not have fancy packaging materials and are often produced in much higher volume, both of which result in much lower prices that have not been available to the public. The OEM products are of the same quality and often carry the same manufacturer warranty as their retail counterparts (the single-pack). They also often include supporting materials such as manuals and drivers when applicable. However, most of the information is on a CD or on manufacturer's web site.
Q: Is it legal to sell OEM / CD Only software?
A: This is a great question, many of the software companies would like you to believe the answer is no and often attempt to scare customers by placing text on the CD that says, for example; “For distribution with a new pc only” or something to that effect, but rest assured it is in fact legal to purchase OEM software. The truth is that the First Sale Doctrine protects our right, as well as yours to sell OEM / CD Only software.
Software companies have attempted to circumvent the first sale doctrine by creating elaborate licensing agreements, in which they claim that the software is not actually yours, but that you only licensed it. Several courts however have found it does in fact meet the criteria of a sale and therefore have upheld the first sale doctrine.
Hmmm... doesn,t these two things contrdict?
Is it legal to buy/ sell OEM software without ANY accompanying smallest piece of hardware?
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