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If you find a cheap deal for a phone but you are suspicious about the product quality, you may acquire protection against unfortunate future events through purchasing an extended warranty. For approximately 10% value of the cell phone you will be protected not only against technical failures but also common situations, such us: breaks, drops, spills or sinking.

We recommend SquareTrade Warranty for your cell phone protection needs. Cover against failures for about 10% of cell phone price. In many cases when you buy used or refurbished phones, you are not eligible to have one year manufacturer warranty. Usually retailers provide a 30-day limited return policy, however, sometimes it may not no be sufficient.

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Consumer reports rate SquareTrade Warranty at 5 out 5 stars. We recommend to acquire the warranty, especially when you buy used or refurbished phones.

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17 Responses to “Warranties”

  1. debra rose galloway on December 6, 2014 @ 2:43 pm

    would this work with a unlocked phone and using metro pcs services, I don’t their name any where in tour ads?

  2. Caleb Edwards on August 16, 2014 @ 4:29 am

    (501) 605-3750

    The phone i ordered is not the one i saw on the website. The Nokia Lumia is defective and I thought I ordered the the certified repaired phone. I and looking to resolve this situation so i don’t have to give your website a negative review. (501) 605-3750

  3. My phones been messing up,and it’s been more than 30 days,what can I do?

  4. The Sprint “very good condition – refurbished” was in “fair – used’ condition and had been flashed.In other words, it is useless.

  5. Amy Broussard on February 17, 2014 @ 9:54 pm

    what is the return policy? and would I get my money back if something was wrong with the product or I didn’t like it?

  6. What happens if I get the phone with a problem with it??

  7. I was able to find good advice from your site.

  8. Michael Chase on June 8, 2013 @ 10:01 am

    My problem with square trade warranty for tablets is that they want to charge about 38% of what my tablet is worth. I have a kobo e-reader that costs about $52 and they want $20 to cover it. That’s insane!

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