Nod32 Senior Citizens Discount

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  1. mata7

    mata7 Registered Member

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    do we Senior Citizens receive any kind of discount when we purchase Nod32?

    Thanks
     
  2. nonmirecordo

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    Why? It's a myth that older people (as a group) need financial support more than any other section of the community. I'm the manager of a retirement complex and I'm certainly less well off than most of the residents, all of whom have good pensions (often more than one) and an appreciating capital asset.

    I've persuaded three of them to buy NOD and none of them gave the price a second look.
     
  3. pc-support

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    Ah, that's because your in Cambs and they can afford it. Try doing that up here in Edinburgh and they would have to pay for an engineer to upgrade their packard bells from windows me to 2000 or xp, upgrade the ram and add a dvd/cd rewriter before the software could be reliably installed :D
     
  4. ha!

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    You have got to be kidding! A senior citizen's discount? Where do pple come up with these kinds of things?
     
  5. Happy Bytes

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    Senior Discount? :eek:
    Junior Discount? :eek:
    Pregnet Discount? (2 licenses for the price of one?) :eek:

    I've just asked Marcos and he doesn't know that we would have (or intend to) such kind of "discount". Sorry.

    Best offer what i can give you is our SSS Package (Special Senior Support) here in the Forum, meaning older age approved support regarding virus problems directly from me - that's in no other company available :D
     
  6. Joliet Jake

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    The problem with anyone giving any section of the community special offers is it fails to take into account individuals circumstances.
    Mick Jagger is a senior citizen and he's not exactly skint. :)
     
  7. The Hammer

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    Mick has expenses don't ya know. Ex wives, girlfriends, kids,Keith, it's tough to get by these days. Sir Elton John almost went bankrupt a few years ago and now he's going to pay to get married to his Toronto born partner. Rock stars have to keep up appearances, it's not all glory, there's rehab to be paid for. It's tough out there, if only you knew. :rolleyes: ;) :D
     
  8. mata7

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    thanks i take that :)
     
  9. Happy Bytes

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    You're most welcome. :)
     
  10. beetlejuice69

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    If ya go back to school it`ll qualify you for a student discount. I guess they think they`ll be customers longer then a senior.
     
  11. myluvnttl

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    What do you want next? A Senior buy one get one free?
     
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    The first year is at regular price and second year and so on is much cheaper!! :D

    Cheers,
     
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    No harm in askin if there is a senior discount is there...


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  14. Brian N

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    Yeah if nobody asked questions, every forum would be dead on the net :D
     
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    my thoughts exactly...

    and fwiw.. I had a 70 year old gentleman the other day with a student card - he was enrolled in the local community college - who am I to argue - it was a valid ID - he got the student discount!
     
  16. mata7

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    lol i cant believe how some people take think so personal, i just ask a simple question and am glad that i did it :)
     
  17. Brian N

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    Atleast now we know you can't get a discount :) It will probably make a good reference to someone who will ask the same question later on :) It's all good.
     
  18. Brian N

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    Here Mike, your official SSS Package logo :D
    Well ... Maybe not :p

    It's good to be bored
     

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  19. Benvan45

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    My tip would be: Move to an old age home, setup a "senior network" with every room in the home and buy a corporate licence for Nod32, split the cost by running an all day Bingo for the neighbourhood. That's the cheapest way to obtain good security.

    Good luck ! :D

    Putin
     
  20. beetlejuice69

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    Well since there`s no discount for seniors there`s no reason for me to get any older...what`s the point?
     
  21. beethoven

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    I love the SSS package logo - how old do I have to be to qualify?
     
  22. nonmirecordo

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    I think there should be a 'left-handers' discount. The NOD GUI is patently designed for right-handers (who, I suppose do need all the help they can get) but it does make it awkward for us sinistrians.
     
  23. Paranoid2000

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    Note that to prove eligibility for this prestigious package, you have to start your thread with the following:

    "Damn viruses! Get off my lawn!" :D
     
  24. Happy Bytes

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    Just for the records:

    He bought it yesterday and used the SSS already twice :D
    Seems to be quite happy :)
     
  25. Firecat

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    Unfortunately no, but you can recieve a special Christmas discount ($10 mail in rebate) at http://www.nod32-av.com ;)
     
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