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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