Verizon now offering open enrollment for Total Mobile Protection insurance

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Are you a Verizon customer who passed on insurance when you first bought your new smartphone? If so, you’re now getting a second chance at enrolling.

Verizon is now offering open enrollment for its Total Mobile Protection insurance program. Typically you can only enroll within 30 days of buying a new device, but between April 2 and May 31, 2018, anyone can sign up.

Total Mobile Protection costs $ 13 per month for smartphones and smartwatches, $ 10 per month for basic phones and tablets, or $ 39 per month for TMP Multi-Device, which gives you protection for any 3 devices on your account. Additional devices can be added to TMP Multi-Device for an additional $ 9 per month.

As for what you get with Total Mobile Protection, you can get a cracked screen repair as soon as the same day. You can choose if you’d like to have a repair technician come to you, if you’d like to go to a repair location, or if you want to mail your device in.

Total Mobile Protection also includes coverage for loss, theft, and damage, including water damage; coverage for post-warranty defects; next-day devliery and 24/7 claims service; quick reimbursement for cracked screen repair when travelling internationally; and a Tech Coach that can answer questions about your device and the products that it connects to.

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AT&T now offering open enrollment for Device Protection insurance program

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Heads up, AT&T customers, because open enrollment for device insurance is now live.

AT&T is offering open enrollment for its Device Protection insurance program through April 30. Typically when you want Device Protection, you need to sign up for it within 30 days of your device purchase, but right now you can enroll even if you’re outside of that window.

There are a few options available when enrolling in AT&T Device Protection:

  • Mobile Insurance is $ 8.99 per month per enrolled phone number and offers coverage against loss, theft, damage, and out-of-warranty malfunctions for phones and tablets. You can get as soon as next-day device replacement and as soon as same-day screen repair for select phones in select areas.
  • Mobile Protection Pack is $ 11.99 per month and includes the Mobile Insurance benefits as well as personalized ProTech support, access to chat with tech experts, and 50GB of cloud storage for photos and videos
  • Multi-Device Protection Pack is $ 34.99 per month and will cover up to three devices, including tablets and laptops not connected to an AT&T plan. Benefits include everything included with the Mobile Protection Pack, but it ups the photo and video cloud storage to 300GB.

If you’re interested in enrolling your device in AT&T’s Device Protection, you can begin the process by hitting up the link below.

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