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Symantec Offers Customers A Snap-Happy Camera Deal

Symantec New Zealand Offers Customers A Snap-Happy Camera Deal

Bonus Logitech® QuickCam® Express Internet Cameras and
Logitech Optical Mice to new customers


AUCKLAND – May 16, 2001 – Symantec New Zealand has announced it will offer customers a bonus Logitech QuickCam Express Internet Camera or Logitech Optical Mouse valued at $148.00 (including GST) and $66.00 (including GST) respectively, when they purchase selected Symantec award-winning software solutions from retailers nationally including Harvey Norman, Dick Smith & PRG Noel Leeming. Additionally, Symantec New Zealand has announced the availability of Norton Internet Security 2001 Version 3.0 – a revamped solution featuring new intrusion protection technology, advanced virus detection with enhanced ease-of-use.

The Logitech promotional offer is available to customers who purchase selected Symantec products between May 1, 2001 and June 30, 2001 at participating retail outlets nationally. To be eligible to receive a bonus Logitech QuickCam Express Internet Camera, customers must purchase either Norton Internet Security 2001 Family Edition or Norton SystemWorks 2001 Professional Edition. Customers are eligible to receive the bonus Logitech Optical Mouse when they purchase Norton SystemWorks 2001 Standard Edition, Norton Internet Security 2001 Standard Edition, Norton AntiVirus 2001 or Norton Personal Firewall 2001.

“Symantec’s award-winning Internet security and utilities solutions always prove a popular choice with both power and family PC users. With this offer we are expecting an enthusiastic customer response,” commented Richard Batchelar, Country Manager for Symantec New Zealand. “This promotion enables customers to enjoy a well-rounded computing experience, with the tools they need to keep them safe and secure online, as well as ensure that their PC works the way they want it to.”

Symantec prepares to launch Norton Internet Security 2001 Version 3.0
In addition to this promotion, Symantec has announced the latest version of its leading integrated security and privacy suite, Norton Internet Security 2001 Family Edition Version 3.0, Norton Internet Security 2001 Version 3.0 and Norton Personal Firewall 3.0. Available in Australia from May 1, 2001, the latest versions will offer customers new intrusion protection features, advancements in virus detection technology and significant ease-of-use enhancements to protect PC users against the vulnerabilities of online computing — including hackers, viruses and privacy threats.

“As the newest version of the market-leading suite of essential security and privacy solutions, Norton Internet Security Version 3.0 is uniquely positioned to address current and future Internet threats,” added Batchelar. “With the release of this product, Symantec is reaffirming its commitment to providing customers with the most intelligent and easy-to-use tools to protect their office and family PCs as they shop, bank, surf or communicate online.”

Norton Internet Security features a powerful personal firewall, anti-virus software and privacy control capabilities, all in an easy-to-use, integrated product suite. Norton Internet Security includes Norton Personal Firewall, for maximum defense against hackers and the award-winning Norton AntiVirus, to guard against viruses, worms and other malicious Internet-borne code.

Reaffirming parental control
Norton Internet Security Family Edition adds Norton Parental Control and capabilities enabling parents to provide the best Internet experience for their children by limiting access to inappropriate websites. Norton Privacy Control prevents personal data from being sent online to websites without the user’s knowledge and the Ad Blocking component removes online banner advertising for faster web page download speeds, allowing users to be more productive and providing the ultimate in home PC security.

Pricing and availability

Norton Internet Security 2001 Version 3.0 is priced at $158.00 (including GST), Norton Internet Security 2001 Version 3.0 Family Edition is priced at $182.00 (including GST) and Norton Personal Firewall Version 3.0 is priced at $120.00 (including GST). Customers may purchase these products from software retail outlets nationally.


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