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Support T-Mobile insurance rate hike for Note II.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by septembersrain, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. septembersrain

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    Just got a notification that my deductable went from $130 all the way up to $175.

    I'm starting to wonder if I shouldn't just go to the $30 Walmart plan... What do you guys think?

    Is it worth paying $77 with insurance or should I just go with the $30 Walmart plan instead?
     

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    I wouldn't pay $47/month for insurance with a $175 deductible for a $600 phone. If the $30 prepaid plan works for your usage then I'd go for that without a doubt. Just be careful for the next few months and it'll pay for itself.

    I take it you didn't buy the phone in the last month but if you did, SquareTrade offers a 2-year warranty with $99 deductible for $125.
     
  3. NeuDroid

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    I've never had insurance on my phones. I've had plenty of cracked iphone screens that I've quickly fixed and was cheaper than paying for insurance coverage. I like to take my chances.
     

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