Zone Alarm and Identity Guard Syracuse NY

If you've perused our Internet security software comparisons, you've probably noticed that we have two offers which look similar: Identity Guard with free Zone Alarm internet security software, and Zone Alarm with a free year of Identity Guard Good Start identity theft protection.

Pre-Paid Legal
(585) 615-6729
1171 Titus Ave
Rochester, NY
 
Identity Theft Shield Plan through Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc.
(716) 863-6577
176 Brenridge Drive
East Amherst, NY
 
Eastern Credit Services
(315) 214-0079
428 S Main St
Syracuse, NY
 
PBS Consultants, Inc.
(716) 822-0125
659 Ridge Rd.
Lackawanna, NY
 
Credit Bureau Svces of Upstate Ny
(315) 461-4001
614 James St
Syracuse, NY
 

Zone Alarm and Identity Guard

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Zone Alarm and Identity Guard

Posted by kent on July 21st, 2009

If you've perused our Internet security software comparisons , you've probably noticed that we have two offers which look similar: Identity Guard with free Zone Alarm internet security software, and Zone Alarm with a free year of Identity Guard Good Start identity theft protection. They sound similar, but the offers are not quite the same. Here's how they stack up:

Identity Guard offers a free Zone Alarm subscription for as long as you use their Total Protection service. The cost is $14.99 a month, or roughly $180 a year.

Zone Alarm offers you one free year of Identity Guard's Good Start product. One year of Zone Alarm is $39.95.

Which is a better deal? The Zone Alarm offer is definitely cheaper, although Identity Guard's Good Start is definitely scaled-down from the Total Protection service , and it's only free for one year (it's $49.95 a year after that). Still, for people primarily looking for Internet security software, it's not a bad way to try out identity theft protection services.

If, on the other hand, you think you'll want robust identity theft protection services straight away, the offer from Identity Guard is your best bet. You'll pay more, but the value of both services combined can't be beat.

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