Grisoft puts AVG on retail shelves

By Justin Mann on June 7, 2007, 2:37 PM
Grisoft, who made their name originally with their free anti-virus security suite, has dramatically increased their profile over the past three years. Now, they are entering into the retail market. In a recent press release, Grisoft announced that their products will now show up on retail shelves, starting with the AVG 7.5 Internet Security suite. Their primary targets are home users and small businesses. The suite includes the anti-spyware portion, which was just two days ago given Vista support.

For a two-year license and a retail copy, they're starting at $44.95 to $69.95 for the full suite. Will having a presence on retail shelves make a difference in the number of users? You can read the full press release in the comments section.

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