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How can you win one of five F-Secure TOTAL subscriptions worth £99.99?

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This article is sponsored by F-Secure. Sponsored articles are written by The Big Tech Question editors and approved by the company before publication.

We’ve teamed up with F-Secure, one of the biggest names in internet security, to give five Big Tech Question readers the chance to win a year-long subscription to its premium F-Secure TOTAL internet security package.

Each subscription protects you and your family for a year, with five devices covered (see more details below).

Plus, one lucky reader will win an F-Secure SENSE router, worth £164.99. Described by Tom’s Guide as “like a Swiss Army knife for your home that protects against malware attacks”, it gives you fast Wi-Fi while protecting all web surfing in your home.

Protect all the devices in your home with the F-Secure SENSE router

What does F-Secure TOTAL include?

What does F-Secure SENSE include?

Buy (or win!) the F-Secure SENSE security router and you’ll receive all the benefits of F-Secure’s TOTAL security package, plus a secure, fast Wi-Fi router.

It blocks malicious websites and other threats, and secures all your smart devices against cyber attacks. 

How do I win the prizes?

Simple. Everyone who follows The Big Tech Question on Twitter or Facebook will be entered into a prize draw for one of the F-Secure TOTAL premium security subscriptions.

And if you retweet any of our sponsored F-Secure posts over the next few weeks, you’ll be automatically entered into a prize draw for the F-Secure SENSE router.

The prize draw will be held on Wednesday 1 May 2019. (See below for Ts&Cs.) Good luck!

Terms & Conditions: This competition is open to UK and Ireland residents only. By entering, you give us permission to publish your Twitter/Facebook “handle” when we announce the winners. 

About the author

Tim Danton

Tim Danton is editor-in-chief of PC Pro magazine and has written about technology since 1999. He enjoys playing with gadgets, playing with words and playing tennis. Email tim@bigtechquestion.com

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