Mobile Phone insurance


L

Lo salt

Hi there,

Ive just got my self a Sony Ericsson K500i on O2 and I was wondering where I
can get Mobile Phone Insurance for this?

Thanks....
 
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T

Tumbleweed

Lo salt said:
Hi there,

Ive just got my self a Sony Ericsson K500i on O2 and I was wondering where
I
can get Mobile Phone Insurance for this?

Thanks....
Check if its covered under your household insurance
 
J

Joe Hunt

D

Doug Ramage

Joe Hunt said:
Hi,

The most common misconception is that it is automatically covered under
house insurance so check this out. My guess is that it is not.
O2 offer an insurance on its phones called O2 Insure and comes in various
subscriptions -

http://www.o2.co.uk/personal/productsservices/mobiles/mobile_insurance/0,,101,00.html

HTH, Joe
Fortunately, mine was. Initially, the insurance company wished me to acquire
a replacement phone from a particular supplier. However, when I told them I
could it get it cheaper elsewhere, I was sent a cheque.
 
E

Eric Jones

Doug Ramage said:
Joe Hunt said:
Hi,

The most common misconception is that it is automatically covered under
house insurance so check this out. My guess is that it is not.
O2 offer an insurance on its phones called O2 Insure and comes in various
subscriptions -

http://www.o2.co.uk/personal/productsservices/mobiles/mobile_insurance/0,,101,00.html

HTH, Joe
Fortunately, mine was. Initially, the insurance company wished me to
acquire a replacement phone from a particular supplier. However, when I
told them I could it get it cheaper elsewhere, I was sent a cheque.
--
Doug Ramage

[Watch Spam Trap]
Check with your bank, some accounts offer 'free' mobile phone insurance.
Eric
 
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G

Guttorm Christensen

Check with your bank, some accounts offer 'free' mobile phone insurance.
I thought about getting the Lloyds TSB Gold service account, the
mobile phone insurance being a major advantage for me.

However when reading their T&Cs for the mobile phone insurance it
transpires that it doesn't cover you if your phone is 'lost', only if
it is 'stolen' or 'damaged'. Also there's an excess of £50 per claim
methinks.

I've also had the Orange insurance on a Pay as you Go phone I keep for
visiting family, however I've cancelled that one as the premium of £50
pa seems a bit steep (although no excess if you claim, and 'lost' is
covered).
 
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