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Best insurance policy for a plasma?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Jpfahy, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. Jpfahy

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    I was wondering if anyone knows of a good insuarance policy to guard a plasma screen against accidental damage, and what sort of premium would one expect to pay?
    I know plasmas are a lot cheaper than they used to be but £1200+ ain't exactly loose change....
     
  2. c4lln

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    wouldn't it be covered on your home insurance policy for accidental damge?
     
  3. kourosh

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    it would be covered under home insurance but u need 2 get in contact with them and tell them u have a plasma and what its worth :smashin:
     
  4. GiZZeRR

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    Yes most of us have accidental damage on the house contents so make use of it :D I will be.....I'll just make sure the screen is covered , if not I'll get it added, if after the 12 months it goes bang then I think it'll probably part company with the wall and hit the floor pretty hard :D

    £50 exccess against £££'s for extended guarantee???? Mmmmmm....I wonder which will I choose :oops:
     
  5. Jpfahy

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    Thank you kourosh, I will be sure to follow your advice ;)
     

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