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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
Hi,

My Dad has just bought an iphone 3gs and orange wanted £12 a month for insurance can any of you guys recommend anyone else?

cheers,
worto.
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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#1
I get mine free with my bank, just have to pay £6 a month to upgrade my account.
#2
Lloyds banks is £7.95, £30 excess and covers water damage etc. Check the other banks too. IMO the insurance or phones on some bank accounts is better than what's on offer elsewhere.
#3
That's is a current account by the way not standalone.
#4
Protect your bubble do iphone insurance, long as you have proof of posting - not sure how much that is though, its based on the item
#5
CUSC insurance is recomended by MSE and it's £64 a year (equiv £5.33 a month) for an iPhone

Edited By: MrRobin on Jan 15, 2011 16:08
#6
I pay £12.95p/m with natwest for an advantage gold account which gives mobile insurance, breakdown cover etc. Good deal if you have a car and a costly phone..

Edited By: cristoff on Jan 15, 2011 16:18
#7
Thanks for all the replies, he's going to check with his bank and if not covered by that will have a look at the other sufgestions here.
Cheers.
#8
I'm with Halifax & I pay £12.50 a month (plus I get a £5 reward payment from them so effectively £7.50) for phone insurance/travel insurance & breakdown cover etc. The latter having just been used tonight :(

Edited By: xsazzyjayx on Jan 15, 2011 18:44
#9
Mine is covered under my home insurance including accidental breakage outside the home :)
#10
I decided to open an account with barclays. I have the iPhone insured for just £5 a month which is the cheapest option. plus barclays bank came highly recommended

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