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What is the extended warranty?
rp60
Enthusiast

has anybody ever had to use the warranty is there a deductable was it easy to do did they give you a phone right away what are your thoughts

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Jay_M_
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No, it does not. Taken from VZ Wireless:

Verizon Wireless Extended Warranty (EW) provides convenient coverage against mechanical or electric defects after the manufacturer's warranty expires. This option does not cover lost, stolen or damaged devices.

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zellerandy
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warrenty covers a manufactor defect.   there can not be any physical or liquid damage to your phone or it voids manufactor warrenty.    they basically send you out a certified like new replacment over night and you send them back the broken phone.  do not lie to them and send back a broken phone because the charge for sending back a broken phone is probally more than just buying a new one

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Jay_M_
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Warranty no, there is usually no cost. No physical damage or they won't accept it.

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rp60
Enthusiast

The extended warranty I thought covers breakage or water damage ?

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Re: extended warranty
rp60
Enthusiast

I thought it covers breakage And liq damage ?

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Re: extended warranty
Jay_M_
Contributor

No, warranty covers manufacturer defects only.

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Jay_M_
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For anything else you need insurance.

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rp60
Enthusiast

No.. Extended covers more. Read it.......

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Re: extended warranty
Jay_M_
Contributor

No, it does not. Taken from VZ Wireless:

Verizon Wireless Extended Warranty (EW) provides convenient coverage against mechanical or electric defects after the manufacturer's warranty expires. This option does not cover lost, stolen or damaged devices.

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Jakeman1
Master

Verizon has 2 plans, Extended Warranty which simply extends the Manufacturers Warranty, and Insurance (Asurian) Which is an Insurance Policy and will cover most things but there are exclusions.  Extended Warranty is no Deductible, Insurance has a Deductible any where from $75.00 - $200 depending on the phone they are covering