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What is the monthly premium? 'cause I'd be interested in seeing what the "breakeven" point is... for example, $10 / month + $90 replacement = $210 if you pay all premiums and deductible after a one-year policy and break the phone, it'll cost more than just buying a new one at promo price (if you're eligible). But, if you have to pay full retail.. what is that?? like crazy $400+ or something nuts like that.
Originally Posted by mclarryjr
How long do you have to have a policy without a claim to actually start spending more to buy a new one rather than get a warranty replacement? It would be wonderful to break the phone when it's only a month old.
Picture this scenario: I paid monthly premiums for 6 months, broke phone, and still had to hand out $90 for a refurb'd replacement and some dope can walk in and shell out $99 (assuming the price comes down once G1 is released) and get a brand new unit.