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Last updated: Dec. 26, 2017

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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 26, 2017

Your phone is not covered if you remove the sim card! This is not something that gets provided to you prior to purchasing a coverage. All you will hear from them is that your phone was not active at the time even though you had insurance with them for over 3 years. Very poor quality customer service and satisfaction.

Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: Dec. 23, 2017

Had my phone not got broken, I wouldn't know there existed such a terrible cell phone insurance company. I had my cell phones insured before I switched to T-Mobile and had no issue at all with the insurance claims. My experience with Assurant goes like this. My IPHONE 6 got damaged in July 2017 so I filed a claim, paid $200 deductible. I received a refurbished phone with a broken camera. After I received the phone, I traveled out of the county, when I got back, I called Assurant and informed them that they sent me a bad phone. I assumed they would send me a replacement immediately based my past experience with other insurance companies. However, I was told (only at this moment) that I only had 7 days to inform them whether the device I received was not in good condition. This was the first time I was informed about this 7 days policy.

I was told that I had to file a new claim and pay another $200 if I want to get a new replacement. I didn't want to waste all my time to reasoning with them, so I file a new claim to replace the bad phone they sent me and paid another $200. Then, the phone I received (number 2 phone) was not working, I couldn't receive phone calls. They said it was not physically damaged so I had to call The Apple company to fix it. The Apple technician couldn't make the phone work, the Assurant finally agreed to send me another replacement (phone number 3). The good news is, the 3rd replacement phone seems OK, I returned all replaced phones back to them using the USPS box they sent to me. Surprisingly when I received my T-mobile bill today, I was shocked to see the Assurant charged me $287.99 for non-returned device.

I call Assurant, and luckily I took a photo before I shipped the device to Assurant, and the tracking history shows they received all my returned packages. But, they claim, they could not find my phone in their warehouse! They even suggested that there might be nothing in the box! Therefore they will not drop the non-returned device charge they posted to my account! I am speechless! For an iPhone 6, I have paid all the monthly insurance charge of $7.99 (something like that), $400 deductibles in total, and $287.99 for bad phones they sent to me and I have returned! Can you believe how bad the company is? They are making big money on the insurance scam! I am going to leave T-Mobile if they are not going to do something about this! Is there a way to find with Assurant?

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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Dec. 22, 2017

I don't usually review companies but felt like my experience with my insurance claim deserved recognition. I lost my T-Mobile phone and luckily was able to get a new one through the insurance I selected when I originally purchased it. It took about 5 min to submit the online form, I paid the $50 deductible and figured I would have my replacement phone in a week (maybe) if I was lucky.

2 days later I logged in to check the status of my claim, it had a FedEx tracking number already which was a big surprise, I clicked to track it and it said "delivered" earlier that day. I thought it must be a mistake but checked my front porch, and there it was! I opened the box and found an exact device as I originally had, it was most likely a refurbished phone but it appeared to be brand new as far as I could tell. Within minutes I had it up and going with my same phone number with no issues at all. I am grateful for the speedy hassle free service from Assurant and T-Mobile. Thanks!

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Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: Dec. 21, 2017

Been trying to contact. Said rep would response in 24 hours. I have contacted multiple times. Haven't hear anything. I pay the monthly fee yet looks like Assurant is committing fraud as they haven't processed claim nor gotten back to me in the various emails I sent following up on claim.

Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: Dec. 7, 2017

This is a scam company for insurance as I paid as I was asked to but when the phone broke when a system update, updated, they refused to give me a new phone or any phone or any claim adding to anything to help me get a replacement. They stated they knew this phone had issues with updates, so they therefore would not replace it. I could get 128 bucks for my 250 phone only 14 months old and then had to pay back 69 bucks as the deductible was owed even when they would not give me a replacement phone. I left Project Fi too over this as their cheapest phone now is 400. I actually paid more into the insurance then got back. 59 bucks for my 70 buck insurance payments! Insurance for phones are all scams I have found. Just pray your phone breaks before the years up if you have to ever need a new one within the warranty time. This is the only way you get anything ahead of these scammers!

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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 28, 2017

I have insurance for my phone and have had nothing but problems with Assurant! I lost my phone and filed a claim that got denied about a year ago... They denied that claim for some reason so I had to go through T-Mobile and pay almost double! Then recently the screen went completely out on the phone and I needed to file another claim. This time I called to file the claim. They assured me everything would be alright because I was told by the representative. I actually believed that this time would be different since I didn't use the online. At first when my phone didn't come like they said I figured it was because of the holiday. Today I tracked my claim and once again denied! They had no problem taking the $175 though! Ridiculous! After seeing their reviews it seems like I'm not the only one! T-Mobile needs to drop them! It's hurting their reputation! I'd give them 0 stars if possible!

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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 23, 2017

Everyone here has given such negative reviews. So I felt I should give my positive. Everyone I contacted at Assurant was really helpful. I got my claim and phone very quickly! Right before Thanksgiving. After doing an IMEI check it turns out my replacement is brand new. They only got 4 stars because the color of the phone they sent was wrong. But... I actually like the arctic color on my S8 better than the black that I had. I haven't sent my phone back to them yet. But after reading the reviews... I'm going to record every step of the process in case they try to claim that I didn't turn it in as well as USPS insurance.

Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 18, 2017

Had an iPhone 5S for 3.5 years and dutifully paid my insurance premiums which was billed as a no hassle replacement policy should my phone be damaged. After the most recent update, my phone started to crash 1-3 times per week so issued my claim. Had to pay a deductible of $175 in order to get a replacement device. The device that arrived was a terrible refurbished device which crashes every 30 minutes. Quite frustrating. At least the person on the other line was sympathetic and issued me a refund for the deductible (to be credited when I send my device back). This phone insurance is not reliable and I would highly recommend against paying into it.

Verified Reviewer
Original review: Nov. 6, 2017

Replacement phone #4 since February 2017. Same issue on all of them. Phone fails in 3 months. Most recent replacement phone is on the blacklist. Could be either lost or stolen. Went up the command chain, CSR, Supervisor, Manager, and District. No problem resolution. Here were my two options. Wait 2-3 days for phone to be un-blocked no guarantees or send phone back and when the warehouse received it another one would be overnighted. Why am I being inconvenienced?

Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 30, 2017

I submitted a claim and the only way they will accept payment is to provide my credit card information to a person over the phone. I asked for a website where I could enter it, an automated telephone system or even if I could mail in the payment. None of these alternatives are allowed. This is unacceptable with where we are at with technology.

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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 30, 2017

Bought the iPhone 6s+ from T-mobile. Still owing 10 payments. Add $10 per month phone Insurance more than a year already. Lost my phone, filed a claim. DENIED! Reason 1) NOT T-mobile iPhone (after fax to them installment payment plan of the iPhone). Next, the new reason the iPhone has not been used. Called T-mobile tech, and ask for usage history. Same IMEI has been used for the last 1.5 year (verify by T-mobile Tech), at the end, Assurant still Denied, ask why, they say if I want to know more info, write a letter to (676 E. Swedesford Road Suite 300 Wayne, PA 19087). Wrote them letter, got a response, in one sentence "Not T-mobile iPhone", now I am going back to square one... After 3 weeks back and forward. I am too tired to deal with Assurant. I rather cancel the insurance and buy a new phone. Don't let this company rip you off.

Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 26, 2017

Assurant is the worst phone insurance company to deal with. I have been paying for about 2 years the insurance plan. When my phone was damaged I asked them if I can make the claim anytime. They said yes I can do. When I have the money I called and they said another thing that I supposed to do that before 90 days and I made the claim in 92 days. Please don't ever deal with that company again, they just taking money from you and give false information.

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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 25, 2017

I had to replace my broken phone, they sent back a new one promptly, and requested I send the broken one back to them. The next evening my wife and I walked to our neighborhood post office box and mailed the package. Several weeks later I received a letter claiming they hadn't received the package, and I'd be financially responsible for the full cost of the old, broken device along with the deductible I already paid on the new one. In other words, it would have been cheaper had I bought a new phone myself as now I'm being charged full price for a broken device.

I'm filing a "lost package" claim with USPS, but it seems much more likely that Assurant is running a scam to increase revenue, given the number of one-star ratings they've gotten on ConsumerAffairs. I'm also at a loss for trying to figure out the lesson learned here. Perhaps I should have taken a picture of the package, or a video of me dropping it in the mailbox. The larger moral of the story is that our institutions and corporations are becoming less trustworthy.

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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 23, 2017

Assurant Solutions is claiming I did NOT return my damaged device. This company is the selected mobile insurance company used by T-Mobile in case your phone is lost or stolen or suffers accidental damage. I insure my phones to avoid having to pay large fees if something were to happen to our phones. There is a deductible of $175 that is charged with any claim for the replacement of your mobile device.

Fine I paid this. You are required to return your damaged device 10 days after receiving your replacement device and up to 90 days. We received the replacement device on Aug 2nd and I dropped off the damaged device at the USPS on Aug 6 in the drop box inside the post office. I drop that off and another shipment which made it to its destination but our damaged device didn't.

NOTE that the company uses First class mail and the shipment is NOT scanned until it reaches its destination. If they want better tracking they should provide their customers with a priority shipping label so the items are tracked soon as dropped off at the post office. Or provide us with instructions to upgrade their terrible shipping selection.

Soon as I found out via mail probably 3 wks later that the company had not received my device I called customer service immediately to let them know I returned the device on Aug 6. It was the end of Aug and customer service rep basically said, "Oh don't worry. It is probably in our warehouse. It just hasn't been scanned as returned. This happens all the time. I will submit the request to search for your phone."

Long story short after about 78 days of dealing with both Assurant and T-Mobile they charged my account 499.99. I refuse to pay the 380 for this lost device. I did my part in the search by submitting a search with all parties Assurant, T-Mobile and USPS. Only ones to blame here is Assurant for using terrible tracking system. If these devices are so important they NEED to use PRIORITY mail NOT FIRST class. The type of shipping they use basically welcomes theft. If someone wants to steal phones at their warehouse all they have to do is NOT scan it as returned and then is customers pay these large non return fees.

I spoke to 2 supervisors at Assurant and both regardless of everything I went thru to locate the device they rejected my request to remove these charges. A customer service rep at T-Mobile on 10/20 told me that via the RMEI/serial number that they notice activity on my broken device to date. Doesn't this prove that my broken device was stolen!

After receiving this information I called Apple who helped me lock this device so that whoever is in possession of this phone can NO longer use it via WiFi or text. I think it is more than unfair that I am being charged an additional $380 fee for the damaged device. I have gone thru all available means to try and locate the device and they will NOT grant me the removal of these fees. I should NOT be responsible for these fees instead they should look into revising their device tracking.

As the first customer rep said, "They do this all the time. I'm sure your device is there and they haven't scanned it as returned." There are so many things that are wrong with their return and tracking process and we as consumers should not be responsible for something that is out of our control once dropped off at USPS. I would like to request a refund and hope everyone on this page notices there are over 60 complaints in this company most dealing with the same thing that I am dealing with. PLEASE HELP!

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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 20, 2017

What a sorry experience. Had some crackhead come into my work and steal my phone off the charger out of the back room. Just got the phone, paid for the insurance and was told it doesn't cover the phone if it is stolen? What's the point of insurance? Theft is the only reason I would of bought the insurance in the first place. When my phone was covered through Verizon and ATT through Assurant, there was never this issue. The insurance was a quarter of the price of the phone. Now I have to waste my time taking their ** to small claims court? Best believe I am going for the max settlement for this hassle.

Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 16, 2017

My son called Assurant today to file a claim for his cellphone battery which has progressively gotten worse with holding a charge. Nathan who works for Assurant asked for a date he noticed the problem. My son said it started a while ago but has progressively gotten worse until it is so bad now that I need a replacement. Assurant said the date was not important, but that they needed a specific date to list on the claim for when the problem was first noticed. My son picked a random date from this summer. The worker input that date, filed the claim, and then denied it due to the date being over 90 days. He then would not allow the original "claim" date to be changed. I also spoke with the worker and the supervisor named Joe. They could not have been more unhelpful.

They insisted the problem was over the 90 day limit. Although the battery life was not an issue until the last two weeks. Whatever you do... Do not give a claim date over 90 days. They will deny your claim and no future claims can ever be filed for this phone. Not even for a different issue. They said we only get one claim per phone, and we filed one regarding the battery and it had been denied. So no future claims can ever be made for this device. (Not even a cracked screen). GOOGLE, however, stepped in and resolved our problem with NO HASSLE AND EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE! Why did I pay for Assurant Insurance if they were NO HELP and tricky in talking to my son and extracting a date from him that they asked him to make up but then would not change. Assurant is a waste of money!

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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 10, 2017

This was by far the worst experience I've ever had with customer service and a company altogether. The website BARELY works. I was unable to continue my claim online so I called in. TERRIBLE idea. At the time I took a 15 min break at work to get this corrected. The first agent was very rude. She wanted to argue against everything that I said. Given that I was already frustrated. I asked repeatedly to be transferred to a supervisor. She refused. Then shortly after me having to use the ** word she hung up.

I then got another agent on the phone who was new and didn't understand what I was sorry. I felt so bad for the guy. No one would help him. He tried so many times to get someone else to help but no one would assist him. He kept getting everything wrong and mentioned to me that he was new. I even had to have guys from my job try to help him understand. Nothing worked. After an hour of that he finally got a supervisor on the phone. The supervisor took my information, told me he was transferring me to the automated system for payment then the call was disconnected. I spent almost two hours and achieved nothing. I am now trying to get my money back for this service. Completely useless! DO NOT ACCEPT INSURANCE FROM T-MOBILE. IF YOU HAVE AN APPLE GO THROUGH APPLE CARE!!! This Assurant place is unprofessional and treat you as if you are not paying YOUR money!

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Original review: Sept. 29, 2017

Know that if you have multiple phones insured by this company, you cannot have two claims processed at the same time. Our teenaged daughter dropped her phone and we submitted a claim to get the phone replaced. During the process of getting her phone replaced, our son's phone broke. They won't process the claim on his phone until her phone is returned and scanned into their system. After a week, Assurant confirmed tonight that they have her phone on the "dock" but it may take another 3-5 days to "scan" it into their system. Until then, they won't process the claim on my son's phone.

It's unfortunate that we had two claims so close together, but I've paid a monthly fee of $8.99 per phone x 3 phones since we joined U.S. Cellular and have to pay a $175 deductible for the refurbished replacement phone. You won't convince me that they are losing money on our account. My son needs his phone for work and they refuse to ship it. I'm sure their policy is all in the "fine print" but we were never made aware that they will only cover one phone at a time since they are on the same account even though we pay a monthly insurance charge on each phone. Poor customer service!

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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Sept. 28, 2017

I switched to T-Mobile couple years ago due to better pricing and the opportunity to get the latest phones. I purchased 3 new iPhones for me and my kids. I did not purchase insurance, because we take care of our phones and we have never had an issue with them, so I skipped at that time. This year I decided to purchase the insurance, because one of my kids kept on losing the phone. I called T-Mobile and explained the situation and they said, "oh don't worry about it. We got you covered, our insurance, covers theft and accidents as well as malfunction issues if your warranty expires." All I have to do is to add the insurance and pay $12 a month per phone. I hated the idea, but replacing the iPhone would have been a lot more expensive, I thought.

Yesterday my kid dropped the phone and cracked the glass and I thought, it’s ok. I am covered... Yeah right! Turns out that there is a $175 deductible that was not mentioned by the rep, this is on top of the $12 monthly charge. I checked both my email, text and even T-Mobile’s page, there is no mention of the deductible. You buy this coverage for what exactly???

I called today. Talked to a rep, that all she did was to apologize, but offered me 0 solutions. I asked for her manager and the man that was as useless as she was. He even told me that he was going to check for the insurance coverage policy and email it to me... Well he was not able to find it. He claimed that this was because no one had ever call to complain about this... Really??? I checked their site and there is no mention of this charge. I checked Assurant website and when I try to select my model to see deductible, my phone is not listed.

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Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: Sept. 17, 2017

I spent over 2.5 hours on the phone with Assurant today, attempting to resolve a mobile phone claim. We just needed to have a hold on the shipping address once the claim was approved. I thought this was resolved, and they subsequently told me that they could not change the shipping address, and that no manager was available to assist me. Long story... customer service is terrible, they read from a script and do not listen, script is terrible filled with inappropriate polite platitudes. Ugh! Not sure if phone shipment is on hold per request, or if they will continue with their inflexible process and people.

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Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: Sept. 13, 2017

I got the T-Mobile service and the Assurant mobile protection plan. I called them dozen of times before reading the reviews here. I have had the worst experience with them. Each time I called them they had different story to tell. I had a Google Pixel which was insured by them. As they don't have that device in their system, they promised a re-imbursement cheque. For that I had to buy a new phone and send all the IMEI numbers to them with bill of sale. I also sent the broken phone but they never sent the re-imbursement cheque.

Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: Sept. 1, 2017

Purchased a brand new expensive Samsung s8 and expensive Assurant Insurance. Weeks later I dropped the phone and cracked the screen, no other damage. Filed a claim with Assurant, they ended up replacing my new phone with a refurbished piece of junk phone after I paid another $175.00 deductible charge. Assurant refused to replace my new phone with a new phone. They told me a could send the refurbished phone back if I was not happy but declined to replace that one. In the end they have my brand new phone an expensive insurance premium and $175.00 deductible fee. Assurant Insurance is nothing but a scam.

Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 31, 2017

I went to Apple because my iPhone 6 was not working properly. The tech asked me when I had my screen fixed to which I replied, "Never". He told me that not only do I have a 3rd party screen on my phone but the 2 tiny screws on the bottom are missing! This is the garbage Assurant sent me my I last filed a claim that is causing my phone to malfunction. ASSURANT WOULD DO NOTHING because according to their "policy" it's been too long! How is it my fault that the garbage you sent me lasted longer than your 7 day policy? THEY WILL NEVER GET ANOTHER DIME OF MY MONEY! APPLE CARE IS THE WAY TO GO!!!

Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 25, 2017

Assurant Phone Insurance is nothing shy of a scam. I have over 10 hours wasted in the phone with them on 6 different occasions with no resolution and each time there is a different hoop to jump through. I have a detailed call log of whom I spoke with date and time. On 2 separate occasions including one conversation on 7/20/17 with Supervisor John ** was told that the non returned device fee was waived and no further action is needed. My damaged phone was shipped and returned to them via the envelope they provided. It was delivered on 5/1/17 yet in their system a note shows on 5/17/17 package was ripped and torn with no contents.

On the last call I spoke with a Supervisor by the name of Vanessa ** said it was my responsibility to prove that the phone was delivered in order to get the $389.99 fee reversed. Please understand I did everything to the T including using their provided envelope, provided tracking number, offered to provide USPS receipt with proof of weight etc. Beyond frustrated and Tmobile is going to lose a customer of 4 years and 4 lines over them trying to scam me and state that I never returned the device.

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Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 10, 2017

Because I don't have terms and conditions or of coverage like this is purposely and conveniently done to mislead customers. I've no idea on what is covered and what is not when filing a claim. I travelled to a country where T-Mobile has no network coverage, so my SIM card cannot be detected. I lost the phone and filed a claim in less than 30 days of the loss. One week later, I get a letter telling me my claim has been denied because my SIM card was not detected on my phone at time of loss. For each claim, the deductible is $175. Meanwhile, I'm paying $38/month for 3 phones including the one I lost at the airport. No thank you! All I got from Assurant is rude reception, long hold on the line with representatives who are clueless themselves, and rejections to all my claims. I cancelled all my insurance.

Verified Reviewer
Original review: July 30, 2017

Went to the Apple store to replace the screen on the iPhone 6 plus and were shocked to learn that we had received a counterfeit phone from T-Mobile's insurance company Assurant. Apple would not fix the screen and showed us how the cover with the Apple logo on our phone was a fake so they will not repair it. Documented with pictures. Part was not just an after market part, but had all the information on it including the logo, but the wording wasn't perfectly straight and the part has a different finish to it. I had to pay Assurant for this phone which was refurbished with counterfeit parts! Assurant couldn't help me since I was not filling a new claim for an exchange.

Verified Buyer
Original review: July 29, 2017

I have been chasing my replacement phone for 3 weeks now!! I paid for the insurance through my carrier to receive a new phone. I cracked my screen and put in a claim. I was told my phone would be at my address in 2 business days. I received an empty UPS envelope. I called Assurant and was advised they needed to trace my phone to see where it was and it would take 10-14 business days. Called on the 10th business day... Still tracing the phone. Called on the 12th business day... Still tracing the phone. Called on the 14th business day, was told my claim was denied because they didn't receive my broken device back in time.

Why would I send my phone back when I never received a replacement phone in the first place. Can't they look to see if the phone they sent me was activated or being used?? I asked for my $175 refund and was denied. I was livid and spoke to a supervisor who looked in the notes, saw the history of my calls then offered to send me a replacement. I'm not looking forward to the replacement. From looking at the reviews I probably won't like what I get. I'm canceling the insurance. I'd rather pay $300 down the street at uBreakiFix and get it fixed the same day with no frustrations. NEVER AGAIN!!! My recommendation is to save your money and don't waste your time.

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Original review: July 28, 2017

I have a family plan with 5 phones all under insurance. Had all phones with insurance for over 3 years, for the first time, one of the phones broke. We filed a claim on a Monday, had to pay $175 deductible (on a phone you can buy on eBay or Craigslist for less) and on Friday of the same week I called to get status on the claim, tracking details etc and they said that they are waiting for our driver's licence before they can process, something that we were not made aware of. My issues here is why no one called to follow up with us to request what they needed. Why I have to call them a week later only to learn that the phone we desperately needed has not shipped. I will never again use this company. Horrible customer service and think that everything is a joke.

Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: July 26, 2017

I purchased an iPhone7 plus. I was hospitalized for almost 2 months and was never able to activate the phone. It was then stolen. I filed a claim and was told my phone wasn't covered because it wasn't activated. Yet the phone that was never activated paid a $10 a month insurance fee. Why was the fee being charged for coverage if in fact it wasn't covered? I asked where in the terms and conditions did it state a phone needed to be activated in order to be covered? They couldn't tell me and said they would email it to me, guess what I never received anything. There is no such policy. I've read through the policy and terms of conditions. All 18 pages and it was not in there anywhere at all. They are scammers and liars. Now I'm stuck paying off a phone that I don't have after paying insurance premiums for nothing.

Verified Buyer
Original review: July 26, 2017

Have filed claim for over a month. Totally forgot about what I did, then I started checking my email, found it said it is still processing. Come on, I'm not stupid. Forget it, I don't need any replacement, even if I'm luckily get one, it won't last long. I knew it. Because it is a 1 star company. I'm here just try to get more people be aware of this 1 star company.

Assurant Phone Insurance expert review by Rosemary Avance, Ph.D.

Assurant Phone Insurance offers phone and tablet insurance through providers in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Brazil, Argentina and Italy. It offers a wide range of plans that cover device protection, data restoration and technical support.

  • Replacement services: Assurant offers replacement in the event of loss, theft, accidental damage or mechanical breakdown. These services are especially useful if your mobile device’s warranty has expired.

  • Pocket Geek: Select Assurant policies include Pocket Geek, an app for your mobile phone which allows you to troubleshoot, monitor device performance and even wipe the device in case of theft.

  • Lookout Mobile Security: Assurant pairs with Lookout Mobile Security, which protects your phone from outside threats like malware and spyware.

  • Data protection: Assurant allows you to backup 100 GB of data, allowing you access to your important information even in the event of theft or loss.

  • Global provider options: Assurant pairs with U.S. Cellular, T-Mobile and Bluegrass Cellular in the United States, Claro Up in Brazil, Movistar in Argentina, TIM in Italy and T-Mobile in Puerto Rico.

  • Best for: mobile phone owners with expired warranties.

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