Why free Anti-Theft for Mobile should be the first app you put on your new phone

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Winter Solstice has passed. Now the days are getting longer again and Christmas is almost here. Hopefully your holiday will be filled with love, joy and a nice gift or two.

If you find an Android, Symbian or Windows Mobile phone under your tree, we have a gift for you: free Anti-Theft for Mobile.

This app protects your information locates your lost phone. Some have called it a “must have” application and over a million people have already downloaded it from Nokia’s Ovi store.

Right now, for a very limited time, you can get our Mobile Security suite for free. It includes Anti-Theft and is our special Christmas gift to 5,000 of our fans and followers.

There’s no reason not to install Anti-Theft right away. In fact, here are several reasons why you should install it right away:

  • It will help you find your phone under that wrapping paper
  • You can locate your kid, who secretly took your brand-new phone to play around with it
  • Anti-Theft will help you easily locate your mobile if you lose it during New Year’s Eve party – and you might be surprised where you have been
  • If your grandma gets a hold of your phone and starts going through your messages, you can lock it with one text
  • You can tell the mountain rescue service exactly where to find it if you get lost while skiing

We think everyone should have Anti-Theft—especially Santa. How else will he know which chimney he lost his phone in?

Of course, Anti-Theft is the kind of gift we hope you never have to use. But we hope it brings you a some peace of mind as you celebrate with the ones you love.

And if you have any other reasons why Anti-Theft should be the first app you put on your phone, please post them in the comments.




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