Did you purchase insurance for your Nexus One?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ezeddiekun View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Asterisk View Post
    I treat my phones better then my GFs. No point.
    Did you take your Nexus One out to dinner at a fancy resturant?
    And then take it back to your place to sit and "relax" for a while?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyron View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Asterisk View Post
    I treat my phones better then my GFs. No point.
    i find this quite sad =(
    I agree. GFs should come with a lifetime warranty, or at least receive a return credit for the unused portion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshhawaii View Post
    I would change my answer to this: No, because the insurance thread on this forum made it sound like you had to trick T-Mobile into insuring it with Assurant. That made me think that probably when I need to actually use the insurance they'll figure it out and not pay out. Anyone else get that sense?
    There were a lot of those rumors flying around. However, when I called T-Mobile to change my insurance to my new N1 phone, I specifically asked if that was a problem and they said no problem at all. Later, I got paranoid from reading some insurance posts and stopped in at a T-Mobile store to talk to a person face to face and they again told me that I was covered, and assured me that if my phone was stolen or damaged that yes, it would be replaced with an N1, not some other phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyron View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Asterisk View Post
    I treat my phones better then my GFs. No point.
    i find this quite sad =(
    I find it quite sad that you take stuff literally. Really...

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    quite impractical to get one unless you're very careless.... ahihihihi

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    I got it on both my wifes N1 and mine. Mainly because she's clumsy, and I've had accidents happen in the past. (One time she put my phone into the washer) *facepalm*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuse View Post
    I got it on both my wifes N1 and mine. Mainly because she's clumsy, and I've had accidents happen in the past. (One time she put my phone into the washer) *facepalm*
    I really hope you don't facepalm your wife!
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    Have never bought insurance for a phone, probably never will

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    Paying over $100 for something that might not happen doesnt fit me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ezeddiekun View Post
    Paying over $100 for something that might not happen doesnt fit me.
    this was my reasoning

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