TEP Open Enrollment

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  1. April_Fool_79

    April_Fool_79 Well-Known Member
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    Since this is coming up and I know 90% of you don't actually look at the News and Updates" section of your bill (page 2, BTW :eek:), here goes.

    March is open enrollment for Total Equipment Protection. If you have a phone that was activated over 30 days ago, you will be able to add TEP to it beginning March 1. All you need to do is call, cjat or visit a store and they can add it for you. This ends March 31, however, so you must do it then if you want to add it.

    Just a little heads up. :)
     

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  2. Kelmar

    Kelmar Done by choice
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    Good to know (not that I'll do it), I never look at my bill.
     
  3. momoceio

    momoceio Well-Known Member
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    I just insured my phone through my insurance company...covers everything TEP does for WAY cheaper.
     
  4. gh0atd

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    So it does it for less then 7 dollars?
     
  5. momoceio

    momoceio Well-Known Member
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    My insurance company covers both my wife's phone and mine for $6 monthly. No deductible either...
     
  6. dzine2fit

    dzine2fit Well-Known Member
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    What insurance company are you talking about, sharing is caring man, let us know, is it like work insurance or like somehting that we can subscribe to??
     
  7. April_Fool_79

    April_Fool_79 Well-Known Member
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    I think in another thread he said State Farm? Allstate? One of those "regular" ones. It's a rider you attach to your homeowner's insurance. Just call whoever has your homeowner's or renter's insurance and check with them.
     
  8. momoceio

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    Yeah, it's just an additional policy I have with State Farm. It's a "personal articles" policy.
     
  9. ironbrewer

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    What does it cover? I have state farm and am interested.

     
  10. falconey

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