This is the entry-level option which starts at $39.99 for the first year and then jumps to $59.99 annually. While this does get you antivirus protection and a firewall, it will work only on a single device. That said, you do get protection for the likes of spyware, malware, and ransomware, as well as personal information protection online. Plus there’s 2GB of online cloud storage thrown in to sweeten the deal. And you get a password generator to help keep your identity and online accounts more secure.
The Norton Virus Protection Promise is a big draw as that means, should your device contract a virus that Norton can’t remove, it will give you all your money back. A nice gesture but not very helpful if your device is then useless — but likely more a way of showing the company is that confident this won’t happen. So if you only have one device that needs protection and can use the cloud storage and password manager extras, this is a great tier option.