New Pricing on Online-Armor

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  1. Peter2150

    Peter2150 Global Moderator

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    Just want to let everyone know there is new pricing on both versions of Online Armor

    Online Armor Personal Edition is now $19.95

    Online Armor Antivirus+ is now $49.95

    See the website www.tallemu.com

    Pete
     
  2. Chubb

    Chubb Registered Member

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    I also saw it last night. The price is much reduced.
     
  3. muf

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    I hope this price reduction will also apply to the cost for upgrading to OA+AV for existing customers. As it stands now, existing customers upgrading are charged $20. Couple this with the price it was of $40 and that's $60. Seems unfair that existing customers have to pay more than new customers.

    Just an observation...

    muf
     
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    Upgrades for AV+ are £29.95/ year.
    Initial fee includes one year of updates.
     
  5. beetlejuice69

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    I`m pretty sure Mike said he`d look after exsisting customers. Just email him.
     
  6. MikeNash

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    If you purchased at the old price during the May/June, you get a year of extra updates at no cost. I confess, I did not consider that case when I made my post - so, if you upgraded from OA to AV+ at the old price, I'll also extend that to an additional year of updates for the AV as well.

    Just follow the instructions over at the forums to request it, please :)


    Mike
     
  7. azumi21

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    Nice price! =)
     
  8. aigle

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    It,s great.
     
  9. nicM

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    Theses new prices are cheap indeed! :eek:

    Cheers,

    nicM
     
  10. Firecat

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    I had a few questions:

    a) Is it possible to buy a 2-year license for a single user of Online Armor AV+?
    b) Is there a difference between renewal and upgrade prices? Are product upgrades free?
    c) Am I allowed to use one license of Online Armor on two Windows operating systems on a single PC?

    Thanks,
    Firecat :)
     
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    Please bare in mind, Mike can't use this as a support forum, so your best bet is to contact him via email, PM or at his site.

    I can answer one of those Q's:
    Upgrades are $29.95/ year for AV+ and $14.95/year for normal OA.
     
  12. bellgamin

    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

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    Well said. AND... that site is YONDER :cool:
     
  13. MikeNash

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    Hi Firecat,

    I think this comes more under general information than product support so I'm gonna answer it. If you do decide to give OA a play, you will need to head over to our forums for one-to-one support.

    a) No, not at the moment, but as you can see we're looking at pricing isues at the moment.

    b) Pricing info is here here. The way our pricing works is quite simple - if your updates subscription is current you always get the latest version of the product. We don't play "version games". Update subscriptions are $29.95 for AV+ and $14.95 for OA Personal. If your update subscription runs out, the product keeps on working but the AV part will stop.

    c) In principal, OA is licenced per computer. It is allowed to run on different windows OS (multi boot), but not on more than one concurrently. For example, if you run an XP and a windows 98 partition and set up dual boot - feel free to install OA on both. If you run a beast of a box and have 5 virtual XP sessions - pick the one you want OA to run.

    In practice - you'll need to ask me to reset the key each time you install on a different OS. This is almost fixed.
     
  14. Firecat

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    Alright, thank you very much for the info. :)
     
  15. maddawgz

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    I think OA wil do well as Microsoft's' Defender sucks !!! I used to like the old Msoft antispyware.... btw is OA boggy? or runs lighto_O
     
  16. aigle

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    I wish they add some signature based protection in it as well so that it could replace ur AS scanner completely.
     
  17. MikeNash

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    They might, if you ask them nicely :)

    There's already a blacklist in there - you can expect some interesting annoucements over the next month or two.
     
  18. maddawgz

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    Yes like msoft's old giant antispyware with sigs purtyyyyyyyyy plz i still like to scan on demand hehe defender is awfull reckon u have the monopoly if u did over msoft :D
     
  19. aigle

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    Thanks, let,s see.
     
  20. JRCATES

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    You're not asking for Zone Alarm, Outpost Pro, McAfee, Norton, etc. type BLOATWARE (I hope)...are you, Aigle?
     
  21. aigle

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    Of course not. To be light weight is one of my favourites.
     
  22. JRCATES

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    WOW! Looks like Online Armor's "server glitch" today has had some effect on the pricing of OA! Through the link to OA Personal and OA AV+, I now see the "original" prices listed, and not the specially "discounted" ones. :eek:
     
  23. nicM

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    I think it is just the "old" site backups being online during servers transition :D

    Cheers,

    nicM
     
  24. dog

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    It's likely just part and parcel with the issue they experienced earlier, the main objective was likely to get the site back up as quickly as possible ... I sure it will be corrected in due time as part of the recovery process ... I'm sure the new pricing plan will continue to be - Just give them time to get things back in order. ;)
     
  25. Peter2150

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    Exactly. I think they may had to go back to a backup earlier then they wanted. I think Mike Nash aged a year on this one. Give them time. One thing you can count on, is Mike will make everything right. Just hang in there.
     
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