Orange to offer Norton Family in European markets

Thursday 13 February 2014 | 11:01 CET | News
Orange has signed an agreement with Symantec to make available its Norton Family suite to customers in a number of its European markets. The software is designed to help parents protect their children online across smartphones, tablets and computers screens when using mobile and Wi-Fi networks. The UK's EE and Orange affiliates in Spain, Slovakia and Luxembourg will be part of the first wave of the rollout, with others to follow during the rest of the year. In the future, Orange said it will integrate the premium version into specific, family-oriented tariff plans with exact timings and

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Categories: Internet
Companies: EE / Orange
Countries: Europe
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