Verizon Opens Up its Phone Protection Plan




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Verizon Wireless on Wednesday opened enrollment to its “Mobile Protect” plan, which covers you in case you lose or damage your device or it gets stolen.

The program costs $14 to $17 a month, depending on the device and whether you’re part of a larger account. The warranty covers loss, theft, damage (including liquid) and other issues that crop up after the manufacturer’s warranty ends. There’s a $99 damage replacement deductible.

Enrollment begins on February 14 and goes through April 13.

These insurance programs for phones have grown increasingly popular thanks to the ever-increasing price of smartphones. An iPhone 15 Pro, for instance, starts at $999.

Verizon said you’ll have unlimited claims, and there’s no extra cost to repair a cracked screen. The program also includes same-day device delivery and setup. You also get access to tech support via 24/7 Tech Coach.

The maximum device value is $3,000 per occurence.

The company said you need to have a device that’s fully functional and free of damage and defects to enroll.

The open enrollment is for existing customers. New customers who just purchased a phone or brought in an eligible device have 30 days to sign up for the program.

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