Sprint Offers Open Enrollment for Device Insurance
Jun 3, 2014, 9:14 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Sprint today said customers who elected not to sign up for handset insurance when they bought their phone can enroll at any time during the month of June. Sprint offers several insurance programs, including Total Equipment Protection, and Total Equipment Protection Plus. Pricing ranges from $7 to $13 per month, depending on the handset and level of protection purchased. Deductibles range from $25 to $200 depending on the handset. Sprint's device protection plans are available to feature phones, smartphones, Sprint mobile hotspots, tablets, netbooks, and notebooks. Open enrollment is available through June 30.
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I had my s4 on there and it broke. Paid 60 dollars for a year and 50 dollar deductible. Renewed my policy with a nexus 5 now but I don't regret leaving sprint insurance and covers everything including water damage