Below is a link to a mobile device insurance provider. If you have NOT purchased insurance for your device when you got it, you CAN still do so...there is NO time limitations The rates are very good...as is the co-pay. If you damaged your phone and don't have insurance...Square Trade is the answer!
I realize this is a little off topic, but do any of you have insurance on your phone's? I saw an article that mentioned Worth Ave. Group, has anyone here ever used their service ? Square Trade wants ($125 - 30%) $95 plus $99 deductible... is this the best deal going ?
When someone utters the term "insurance", what is first thing comes to the brain? Most probably, the thing is Safety. People buy the insurance when considering this only. Insurance comes under the broad spectrum for this general insurance system. It saves the insurer from the threats of liabilities imposed by the legal cases.
In my thread, I state that I provide USPS with DC, which comes with $50 in insurance free. I also state that if you want more insurance, you have to pay for that.
That is to say, for any item worth less than $50, you don't pay for any shipping at all, and for anything over $50, I'll still pay for that part of the shipping and you just pay for the additional insurance cost.
I broke the camera on my One Max and filed an insurance claim on May 15th. They told me that phone was on backorder but should be available in 3-7 days; however, here we are into June and it's still not available with no ETA. I can get the One M8 if I want but the screen is obviously smaller which sucks.
Would you rather pay $7/month and $100 deductible for insurance and go without a case. Or buy a case and ditch insurance? I have always had insurance and typically go without a case. If I get a case it's a thin one. I just picked up an otterbox defender. I'm thinking about dropping insurance but I'm not entirely sure.