Cracked my glass!!

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR' started by patmc81, May 31, 2012.

  1. patmc81

    patmc81 Member

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    I have the insurance from Verizon dose it cover the screen cracking? Thanks

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    Insurance yes.

    Warranty no.
     
  3. patmc81

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    Lol warranty doesn't cover idiots you work with dropping a piece of granite on your phone. Just wanted to make sure before I called they would cover it. Any clue how much it will cost? Thanks

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    It's either 90-100$.

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    yes, I think my insurance with Verizon has a $100 deductible.
     
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    I replaced my RAZR several months ago due to a cracked screen. Filed the claim online, paid the $100 deductible and got my replacement in 2 days. Better than paying full retail price :)

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    Is that for a brand new phone or a refurb?
     
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    I learn something new every day Hehe
     
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    Should be for a brand new phone. Insurance should replace with new, warranty can be CLNR.
     
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    That sucks!
    Does it still work?
    I cracked my X and used it for a few months.
    Held it together with a screen protector.
     
  11. Caesars

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    Wait Verizon uses new phones for insurance? I may have been tempted to do that Hehe, I just assumed they were refurbs....of course I do know what assume means Hehe.

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    Disclaimer says the replacement may be a refurb however the phone I received was probably a brand new model.

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  13. patmc81

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    Mine was refurbished . Lol 86 point check it said.

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    Really??? This was whose insurance, Verizon's or a third party's? I thought from recollection that at least the third party one replaced with new. I suppose if it was Verizon's that may be how they keep the premium low and defray costs, while still making a profit, because we all know extended or supplemental warranties are BIG BUCKS.
     
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    I was sent a new phone, not a refurb, when I cracked the glass on my Fascinate last year. $89 deductible and next day got my replacement. Quick & painless process through the Asurian website. (Verizons ins. provider)

    **tap'n**
     
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