Let's face it. Accidents happen. Things get stolen. If you're carrying your beloved device around without protection, these things may be a life-altering occurrence. Months ago, my wife talked me in to upgrading her to a Galaxy S7. While we were in the store getting the phone, they offered us insurance. Being the techno-nerd that I am, I declined and explained to my wife that we'd just get coverage from SquareTrade. Time went by and that plan slipped our minds. SquareTrade is available within the first 30 days of owning the device, or if it's currently insured by your carrier. We missed the deadline. Now, Verizon is offering open enrollment in their device protection plans. They offer a few different "tiers" of protection, but the highlights of Total Mobile Protection are listed in the quote below. Hurry though! According to the sign up page, today, 9/15/16 is the last day to sign up! If you'd like to see if you're eligible and/or take advantage of this offer, here's the link: Verizon Wireless Open Enrollment What do you think? Is the Verizon coverage worth it? Do you use SquareTrade or another service instead? Share your take in the thread below!