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Buying insurance for a TV


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Ive got a Sony 40w2000 and its warranty expires this year. I am still happy with the TV and don't intend upgrading for a while yet. Domestic and general have offered me insurance for £5.39 a month. I know this is a subjective question but would you go for this? Is it worth it? More importantly can anyone recommend any better insurance options?


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Suppose the question is how long are you likely to keep the TV for? Not sure about the monthly insurance premiums as I managed to get 5 year warranty thrown in with my LCD. I always say look at a few years worth of premiums vs buying a new TV and then the chances of it developing a fault in this time, like anything its a gamble :)
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