Best Insurance Options
I realize this forum is like Ivory Soap, where 99 and 44/100's of the people who participate are Verizon Wireless employees or affiliated in some way, shape or form. I ask you to please step back from towing the company line, and provide info about the best options available to consumers.
I'm interested in insurance options for a range of phones. For my family I need to replace their LG Env's and I'm thinking of getting either the Samsung Rogue or LG Env Touch (as of 11/8/09 both of which now require data plan, total BS IMO) since these phones are very similar to their current Env...
Up front fee of: 99.99 (for the devices you listed, for flip phones it is cheaper)
This will cover you for two years, or until something happens to the device.
Should something happen to the device, you get a brand new replacement for $40. Because it is a new phone, it is a one time replacement for this cost, however, the protection can be repurchased on the device.
If you are careful with your phone but the battery starts to go out, you can get a battery for $15 instead of the 50+ it would be retail. you can do this twice.
Yes, it is more money up front, but 100 is a lot cheaper than 8 a month, and 40 for a new phone is a lot bett...
the companies website is ecellularconnection.com (they kinda need to update it, I know). We don't have an online explanation of the protection plan yet, but if you want, you can PM me and I can answer any questions you have about it, or email you a hardcopy of the form.
For the Rogue and the Env touch, if you dont want the data plans you probably dont really need those phones. I would suggested going with the Env 3 instead. Part of the point in the touch and the rogue are their higher resolution screens and improved processors and browsers, if you arent using them for some sort of data based service (like web browsing) those features arent needed.
For the insurance options the 7.99 option is for insurance plus extended warranty, the insu...