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AVG Antivirus free

I locked in AVG Antivirus free, but it require me to give information about my visa card or paypail. It means i have to paid for it ?


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Re: AVG Antivirus free

Then you don't have the free version, or you clicked on some 'upgrade' button.
- In the first case, uninstall and install the free version. It's on (or another link for another language).
- In the second case, say no and don't click that again.

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Re: AVG Antivirus free

Hi, gaconvn1106:

Our Free software offers a free trial of several upgraded features. If you elected to try one of these, it would have asked for your information should you choose to maintain the feature once the free trial period is over (NOTE: Please cancel the upgraded feature set prior to the end of the trial period should you decide to not continue with that feature set). Our Free software itself, however, will remain free for as long as you have it installed on your system.

-Avast and AVG Team

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