Norton Internet Security 2013 – 90 Days Extended Free Trial

Recently, AV-TEST, an independent IT security and research institute has ranked Norton Internet Security 2013 among top antivirus protection suites available in market. And that is true because latest internet security suite designed by Symantec offers top quality protection and usability with prompting updates against latest threats.

Norton offers free trials of its products on its website but those are limited to 30 days. Many people want longer trial to test the desired product properly before buying it. To fulfill this need, we are providing official 90 days trial period for Norton Internet Security 2013. To download it, link is given below.

Please note that if you are already using Norton Internet Security 2013, the setup will not offer you 90 days extended trial period. You have to perform a fresh install to get advantage of it. Uninstalling already installed NIS 2013 won’t help. Since, download is directed from Norton servers, if company changes policy and does not offer this product, you can request blog admin for it in comments section below.

Download Link:  Get Norton Internet Security 2013 with official 90 Days Trial

Update 1:  If you install this product, you will be able to upgrade it to Norton Internet Security 2014 free of charge in future provided that 90 days subscription has not expired. All you need to do is register your product with Norton Account and acquire your 90 days key from there.  [News update: July 07, 2013]

Update 2: Symantec has upgraded “Norton Internet Security 2015″ to “Norton Security 2015″ with new engine and more cloud dependency for malware detection. Now, you can not use older Norton Internet Security 2013 or Norton Internet Security 2014 to extend subscription for Norton Security 2015. Newer Norton Security uses separate subscription module. But you can still continue using older Norton Internet Security products if you wish. The protection of your PC will not be compromised if you decide to stay with older antivirus products. Just keep the virus definitions updated to detect and remove newly discovered threats. [News Update: October, 3, 2014]

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