Asurion Insurance now Available for Nexus One

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    Asurion Insurance now Available for Nexus One

    They do offer insurance now. It's an option on Asurion's website. Select Google as the manufacturer and Nexus One as the phone.

    The insurance is $4.79/month and the deductible is $130.

    You must sign up within 14 Days for coverage.


    T-Mobile Program Information

    Thanks to Apogee for the information!

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    Anyone know if something similar if we're not buying through the carrier?
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    Thanks for the info Backnblack. Its a relief to know insurance is an option.

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    That is so expensive!

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    So what is the deductible exactly?

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    How do you actually sign up for it? I'm not seeing that option anywhere. Through t-mobile or assurion?

    It's a crazy plan, but it's better than nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jah View Post
    How do you actually sign up for it? I'm not seeing that option anywhere. Through t-mobile or assurion?

    It's a crazy plan, but it's better than nothing.
    I believe users have said they add it by calling T-Mobile

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    Ok, that was funny. I called t-mobile just now, and they said I can't have insurance for the N1. I told her to check asurion's website. Apparently they haven't yet told employees that it's an option.

    She hooked me up in no time after I told her she could. :-)

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    By the way, that number is 1-877-746-0909

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