Desire HD insurance

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  1. Daviao

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    Just ordered my desire Hd. Sim free.

    Anyone recommend any insurance companies? I'm looking for low excess and 48hr replacement.
     
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    Also, depends on whether you have an account service with our bank?! I bank with barclays and have the additions plus, which covers lots of different things. I get my rac cover, mobile phone insurance, travel insurance and a few other things. Costs £16.50 a month, so isn't necessarily cheap, but since I go abroad 3-4 times a year, the travel insurance is useful there, the rac cover wouldn't be much cheaper, and the phone insurance is very useful. I had to make a claim a few months back on my TP2 screen, as I dropped it and cracked the screen. They said it was beyond economical repair, and couldn't replace the phone, so gave me a cash refund to the value of the phone at the time, which was £350... Was more than impressed. Had to pay a £25 excess, which if I need to make another claim within the next 12 months increases to £50 excess... Also, you will need a receipt which shows the imei number in the event you need to claim!
     
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    Seems bank account insurance add ons or home insurance is the way to go. Thanks for the heads up on excesses. They do seem to vary a lot.

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