1. tbenak12's Avatar
    I've read numerous posts of others as lucky as me that have cracked/broken their Turbo screen. Be sure to check your credit card policies. I have a Chase card, and they offer a Purchase Protection plan on purchased items - including phones. They offer to cover any repair charges on the item up to 120 days of purchase. I unfortunately started the process with Verizon for a free replacement before realizing this. It seems like paying the $125 for the repair, having the credit card company reimburse, and keeping the Droid Assurance for 2 years is the better way to go.

    All this hinges on Verizon agreeing to not force your repair/exchange to be free under the Assurance plan.
    11-20-2014 02:10 PM
  2. hal1's Avatar
    Also keep in mind that most of your credit cards may include a double of the manufacture warranty. While this won't help with damage to the phone, it is good that you don't need to buy the extended warranty portion of the total coverage from verizon, saving about a buck or 2.

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    11-20-2014 03:35 PM

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