What is everyone doing about insurance for your new phone? I bought directly from Samsung but declined their insurance. It is stupid expensive from Verizon. Do you insure or take your chances?
It depends. Extended warranty is $5/mo with no deductibles. The full blown "Verizon Protect" is $17/mo and has a deductible. Then there's the options in between.Isn't the standard Verizon insurance around $6 per month? That's the plan I have on my S10 and it includes device replacement with $199 deductible.
None since I don’t keep my phones long enough and also it’s an overkill for me if i keep getting insurance. If something happens i can pay the repair costs or replacement, anyway the cost of not paying phone insurance for all these years covers a few phones easily. Though it’s just my personal preference
Yeah I hate to just throw away $10 or whatever every month and on top of that is something breaks you have deductible etc in most cases. Even if it's not there for me personally it's not that big of a deal paying for repair or replacement. Its more of I'll pay when it's needed and don't want to just keep paying this monthly insurance thing forever that too for a phone. And moreover it's a low percentage of chance of breaking given that phone is in a case.I feel the same way, I had insurance on everyone phone I had and never had an issue. I stopped getting insurance when I got my SO+ and up and haven't had any issues...thankfully
I think you can, but have to take it to store to be inspected and cleared as being in good working order (which is true even for their own phones if you didn't add it within the grace period after the initial purchase).You can’t insure unlocked phones with Verizon??
T-Mobile charges &15 a month. Which I think it's overly priced.