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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by Bamaguy727, Apr 12, 2010.

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    Buying a Droid from Wirefly.com and heard their insurance sucks - anyone know if I can get Asurion thru Verizon or directly? Any other GOOD insurance companies?
    Thanks
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    I think as long as it's within 30 days of purchase you can get Asurion thru Verizon. Bought my Droid from Amazon and then bought insurance later.
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    Cool- thanks
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    i have State Farm, i have a personal articles policy that covers some expensive equipment i have, video cam, laptop, droid. objects are covered no matter where you are, as long its not normal wear and tear they pay. no deductible. already have to get my cam fixed once, repairs were close to $400 i paid nothing. im sure your current insurance company has something similar. and policy coverge amount increases every year so you can replace with comperable equipment.
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    I've heard this is really good too. Do you have homeowner's/renter's and it's a article part of it or is it just personal items policy?
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    it is a separate policy, i dont have renters yet but will soon. the items i have wont be under the renters policy at all, just their own.
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    How much extra is that a month? I would like to look into such a policy for droid, macbook, and other expensive highly breakable things in my house (lol).
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    it all depends on the price, when i just had my camera and extras it was for $4500 i paid $60 a year, the policy is now for like $7000 and i havnt gotten my new bill yet.
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