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AVG Antivirus 9.0 for free (save $ 34.99)

While most of us swear by the free version of AVG antivirus, the paid version offers greater protection as well as support. Here is an opportunity to grab a one year license to AVG Antivirus 9.0.

As a promotion, V3.Co.UK software store giving away one year license to AVG Antivirus 9.0 (worth $34.99) for free to all on Aug 31, 2010 (one day event).

As browsing the internet without the right security software installed is a high risk, this is great chance to get good security software for free to your PC.

The promotion will be live between midday CET (central European time) Tuesday 31st of August and midday CET 1st of September 2010. Just visit at V3.Co.UK software store on 31 Aug 2010.


  1. People just underestimate the free version of AVG, however paid versions have surely added advantages like mail server spam protection etc. Let me grab this :D

  2. AVG users gonna love this :) i use kaspersky and my license remains 200 days more. Retweeted and shared in FB to help others.



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