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09-06-2020 08:07 AM
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  1. Bike Mi Vie's Avatar
    For people who it concerns.

    Can you give me your opinion on the two.
    With cell phone protection from wells Fargo?

    Thoughts?
    08-21-2020 12:16 AM
  2. Bike Mi Vie's Avatar
    Maybe someone can point me in the right forum?
    08-21-2020 09:29 AM
  3. jejb's Avatar
    At $160 for 2 years and a $99 ded, it does not seem like a good deal, given it does not cover loss or theft. But I'm not comparing it to Samsung's coverage. I'm comparing it to Verizon, who has a plan for $6.85 a month per line and $29 ded. Covers more, deductable is lower and theft/loss is covered. Maybe check out your provider to see if they offer something similar?
    08-21-2020 09:51 AM
  4. Bike Mi Vie's Avatar
    At $160 for 2 years and a $99 ded, it does not seem like a good deal, given it does not cover loss or theft. But I'm not comparing it to Samsung's coverage. I'm comparing it to Verizon, who has a plan for $6.85 a month per line and $29 ded. Covers more, deductable is lower and theft/loss is covered. Maybe check out your provider to see if they offer something similar?
    With wells Fargo they'll reimburse the deductible. For 25$ and it covers loss and theft. What you think now?
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    08-21-2020 10:15 AM
  5. Bike Mi Vie's Avatar
    At $160 for 2 years and a $99 ded, it does not seem like a good deal, given it does not cover loss or theft. But I'm not comparing it to Samsung's coverage. I'm comparing it to Verizon, who has a plan for $6.85 a month per line and $29 ded. Covers more, deductable is lower and theft/loss is covered. Maybe check out your provider to see if they offer something similar?
    Wow I just checked TMobile and they have one for 18 and the other is for 7. The one for 7 only covers "internal"

    "Good morning. Thank you for being so amazing and for taking this time out of your Friday to reach out for some assistance. I'm very pleased you've found us here on social media - we love hearing from you, even more than this we love helping out.

    I understand wanting to have the best protection on your new device, we do have different tier of protection here is a break down;

    NY Protection<360> - Tier5 TE $18.00/month
    Insurance Device Protection Plan coverage includes:

    Accidental damage, including $29 screen repair service fee for an eligible iPhone.
    The $29 accidental damage iPhone screen-only repair service fee only applies to the first two claims during the eligibility period.
    For all other accidental damage claims, the deductible is $99.
    Loss/theft


    Insurance Only - NY - Tier 5 TE $7.00/month

    Excluded hardware service (mechanical breakdown)

    Please let me know if you have any additional questions here to help




    **This message may be stored. Learn more at https://www.t-mobile.com/privacy-cen...FZDXUT9B353562 ^MarisolBetancourt"
    08-21-2020 11:06 AM
  6. BigMosley's Avatar
    I never heard up "Upsie" but the first impression isn't great, never heard of a "Galaxy Note S20". 😂😂😂 I just went with SquareTrade and it's $8.99 a month with a $149 deductible. It's still cheaper than TMobile which is $18 a month and $249 deductible.
    Attached Thumbnails Insurance: Upsie vs Samsung Care-22375.jpg  
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    08-21-2020 11:30 AM
  7. Bike Mi Vie's Avatar
    Can someone suggest which forum I could post in, to get more opinions?
    08-21-2020 04:00 PM
  8. upsie-will's Avatar
    Hi folks,
    I’m Will Anderson, Upsie’s VP of Product. Thanks for letting us know about the typo on our home page! That was not only my teams mistake, it was mine. I was so excited to update the website with the new releases that I mistyped the phone’s name.

    Thanks to the post here, we fixed the typo on Friday. We always appreciate feedback so if you see anything else, we’d love to hear about it.

    Cheers,
    Will
    ClintRo, ihbsbA, cert15z and 3 others like this.
    08-24-2020 09:06 AM
  9. ihbsbA's Avatar
    Hi folks,
    I’m Will Anderson, Upsie’s VP of Product. Thanks for letting us know about the typo on our home page! That was not only my teams mistake, it was mine. I was so excited to update the website with the new releases that I mistyped the phone’s name.

    Thanks to the post here, we fixed the typo on Friday. We always appreciate feedback so if you see anything else, we’d love to hear about it.

    Cheers,
    Will
    Is there a monthly payment option?
    09-02-2020 09:22 AM
  10. o4liberty's Avatar
    I have 3 products with Upsie and so far no claims. Thank God!!!
    09-02-2020 09:31 AM
  11. msm0511's Avatar
    I just use TMo's insurance. 18/month sounds like a lot, but it covers whatever device my sim is in. Beats paying for insurance for each phone I have separately.
    09-02-2020 09:48 AM
  12. o4liberty's Avatar
    Upsie comes out to 4.50 a month for two years which is the cheapest you and get also has a low deductable.
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    09-02-2020 09:51 AM
  13. bhatech's Avatar
    Upsie comes out to 4.50 a month for two years which is the cheapest you and get also has a low deductable.
    I don't generally believe in phone insurance but the main thing with any insurance is how the claim process is and how well they handled your claim etc. If you have US unlocked model did they send that model or asked you what carrier you are in and send that model (I bet it's the latter). I don't know how good or bad upsie is but any insurance the important thing is the claim process and if you get replacement of the exact item you had. Cheaper premium is great and all but if the claim process/customer service is horrible then it's just throwing away money every month IMO. Not saying Upsie is since I can't speak without using them but more of a general opinion.
    09-02-2020 10:02 AM
  14. TheMiz's Avatar
    My phones are covered under my MasterCard credit card.
    Knock on wood I never had to use it.
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    09-02-2020 10:24 AM
  15. ihbsbA's Avatar
    My phones are covered under my MasterCard credit card.
    Knock on wood I never had to use it.
    How? Just by paying your service bill with that card?
    09-02-2020 07:36 PM
  16. upsie-will's Avatar
    We don't currently have a monthly payment option but it's definitely something we're looking into.
    09-02-2020 07:47 PM
  17. upsie-will's Avatar
    How? Just by paying your service bill with that card?
    Certain credit cards will extend the manufacturer warranty an extra year beyond the manufacturer - and yes, it's by using that card to buy the phone. Some credit cards might extend it two years. However, they probably don't provide accident coverage for the drops, spills, or cracks that account for most repairs.
    ihbsbA likes this.
    09-02-2020 07:51 PM
  18. upsie-will's Avatar
    Is there a monthly payment option?
    We don't have a monthly payment option right now but it's something we're definitely looking into.
    09-02-2020 07:54 PM
  19. Bike Mi Vie's Avatar
    Hehe hey Will, lol I was the one who was "busting your chops"
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    09-02-2020 08:28 PM
  20. ihbsbA's Avatar
    We don't have a monthly payment option right now but it's something we're definitely looking into.
    I'd be all in on a one year deal.....
    09-02-2020 08:30 PM
  21. upsie-will's Avatar
    Hehe hey Will, lol I was the one who was "busting your chops"
    It's all good! I'm glad to be here four years later with Upsie going stronger than ever. I saw in the other thread that you protected your new phone with us - thanks!
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    09-02-2020 09:38 PM
  22. TheMiz's Avatar
    How? Just by paying your service bill with that card?
    Exactly , mine is a Barclay MasterCard
    09-02-2020 09:44 PM
  23. TheMiz's Avatar
    Certain credit cards will extend the manufacturer warranty an extra year beyond the manufacturer - and yes, it's by using that card to buy the phone. Some credit cards might extend it two years. However, they probably don't provide accident coverage for the drops, spills, or cracks that account for most repairs.
    It is not an extended warranty and I don't have to buy me phone with my credit card it is on what I pay for my Verizon service
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    09-02-2020 09:48 PM
  24. upsie-will's Avatar
    It is not an extended warranty and I don't have to buy me phone with my credit card it is on what I pay for my Verizon service
    You're right! Some credit cards will help with protection based on paying for the underlying phone bill. There's a lot of variance between credit card companies, their individual card offerings, and benefits changing each year. The most common credit card coverages we see are standard extensions of the manufacturer warranty and exclude accidental damage protection.
    09-02-2020 10:19 PM
  25. H3aTeRzz's Avatar
    Check out worthavegroup .com

    They're awesome. Been with them for 7 years.
    09-02-2020 11:03 PM
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