Question on licensing for mutiple computers

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Brocke, May 31, 2014.

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  1. Brocke

    Brocke Registered Member

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    I know there is Bit defender Sphere and Avira that allows for unlimited owned pc's to be used on but is there any other product that is like that besides those two?


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    Bitdefender Sphere is definitely the most flexible, from the single license. It enables three separate users, to activate an unlimited number of PCs, each.

    The difference between this and, say, a regular Total Security license, is that a Total Security license will enable a single person to activate three PCs, that person owns (a 3-PC license is not three individuals, like a lot of people believe). Sphere will allow three separate people, family members or friends, to activate an unlimited number of PCs and devices, each. And it's very well priced, too.
     
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    The question was =
    "is there any other product that is like that besides those two?"
     
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    so far I've found Mcafee all access that is like the way aivra does theirs.

    I know its mcafee lol im kinda shocked others havnt started to do this type of licensing
     
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    I know what the question was, but I'm simply emphasising how good Sphere is and how few other products offer such a similar flexible license.

    I'm sorry if the answer wasn't to your exact requirements, thus you felt obliged to spend time with your own vital contribution, but it's still relevant to the thread. ie. no, there aren't any other similar licenses.
     
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    Off topic. Once again............
     
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