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Sprint Offering Open Enrollment for Insurance Program

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Mar 6, 2015, 2:10 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Sprint today said customers who declined to enroll in its Total Equipment Protection program when they bought their phone may now do so through the end of the month. Pricing for Total Equipment Protection ranges from $9 to $13 per month, depending on the device. Sprint's insurance program, which is run by Asurion, offers protection from loss, theft, accidental damage, device malfunction, and threats to private data.

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Mar 7, 2015, 1:25 PM

Oh boy!

Sprint is extending their offer of one of the biggest rip offs in the industry-phone insurance, in my opinion. It used to be a decent deal like 8 years ago. They had only a $50 deductible and cost around $5 a month. They kept upping their prices and deductibles and now it's a total joke. You pay $12 a month and a $200 deductible for a refurbished (used) POS phone that 7 times out of 10 isn't even the phone you originally had the insurance for. They'll send you a downgraded phone and say it's because they're out of stock on your exact model. You're better off just taking your chances and not getting insurance. If you do lose or break your phone, go buy a used one on craigslist or eBay and you'll still be ahead. Figure if you have your...
I've worked at Sprint and T-Mobile and was an AT&T customer and Sprint just has the worst deal in insurance. They keep raising the price. AT&T now has shrinking deductable, and T-Mobile offers early upgrades with their insurance now (at least top tier...
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