Omnitel introduces new anti-virus service

Thursday 1 September 2016 | 17:09 CET | News
Lithuanian mobile operator Omnitel has introduced the new 'Anti-virus Plus' service, based on the platform of Finland's F-Secure. The system protects users from unauthorised data collection and from harmful software. With the system, parents will be able to control internet services and mobile applications use on the handsets of their children and to locate a child. The service also covers handsets used by subscribers of prepaid services from Omnitel. The system is compatible with Windows, Mac and Android OS. The service has a monthly subscription rate of EUR 2.9. It will protect up to five

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Categories: IT / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: F-Secure / Omnitel
Countries: Lithuania
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