Free ‘Guardian’ Licences For You – The Symbian Blog Readers!

Guardian - Free Licences

Hot on the heels of my Guardian review, comes the great news that the new Guardian website has gone online and the application is available for download/purchase and thats not it.

As a special thank you to all The Symbian Blog readers, we have been able get free licences for the application. It appears as if Marco Bellino, the developer, is extra fond of you folks and has very generously offered 2 Platinum and 3 Gold licences, exclusively for you readers!

In order to win all you need to do is put your name and correct email address in the comments and you will be entered. Please do make sure that you give us a correct email address, as that’s how we’ll contact the winners.

Contest closes at Midnight GMT and we will then pick 5 random entries, to get their licence code. In case you don’t win, don’t worry, we still have a 30% discount if you purchase the application using this link, valid till the 15th of May. If you’r not quite sure what this application does, read this and visit the website to see the differences between the various versions.

Thanks Marco for the freebies!

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132 thoughts on “Free ‘Guardian’ Licences For You – The Symbian Blog Readers!”

  1. Thanks for the great review, this looks like a great way to protect our investment.

    I would LOVE a free license, if there is one going.
    thanks again.

  2. Thanks for the great review, this looks like a great way to protect our investment.

    I would LOVE a free license, if there is one going.
    thanks again.

  3. This application, of it was available a few years would save me from having one Communicator lost and second stolen… Finally!
    However: If the lost phone accepts SIM cards from only one provider, Guardian won’t work (telephone cannot be activated )if correct provider’s SIM is not inserted. It would be interesting to know what will happen to Guardian installation if the usual ‘breaking’ of protection is done on telephone?? Does that imply hard reset?

  4. This application, of it was available a few years would save me from having one Communicator lost and second stolen… Finally!
    However: If the lost phone accepts SIM cards from only one provider, Guardian won’t work (telephone cannot be activated )if correct provider’s SIM is not inserted. It would be interesting to know what will happen to Guardian installation if the usual ‘breaking’ of protection is done on telephone?? Does that imply hard reset?

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