Oct 18 AT 12:42 PM Nick Sarafolean 0 Comments

Verizon offering open enrollment for Total Mobile Protection plus cheaper screen repairs


Smartphone insurance can be pricey, but with fragile displays, thin frames, and increasing prices, smartphones are easy to damage and expensive to repair or replace. For Verizon customers who may be worried about their device, the carrier is running a promotion that can offer you some peace of mind. Starting October 19, customers with smartphones that are less than two years old can sign up for Total Mobile Protection, giving you the opportunity to partake in an offer that’s usually only available for new smartphone buyers.

In addition to open enrollment, Verizon is lowering the deductible for cracked screen repairs. From now on, customers who need a cracked screen repair only have to pay $29, a significant decrease from the original price of $49.

The offer for open enrollment begins tomorrow, but is only available until November 17, so if you want to add Total Mobile Protection to your phone, you’ll have to act fast. For more information, check out the source link below.

Source: Verizon

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