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T-Mobile Insurance

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OK I have damaged my phone big time. It dropped out of my hands at the train station and it has cracked the back of my MDA Vario III, lodged the stylus in the phone so I can't pull it out as the top bit snapped off and to top it all off the USB connection is bent so I can't charge the phone.

I can live without my Vario for a few weeks and I have seen the Vario IV on Engadget today. I was wondering if I should hold out the claim until later when the MDA Vario IV comes out - will the insurance let me have it?

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Phone insurance normally replaces your phone with a reconditioned version of the model that's broken - I doubt very much if you'd get a newer phone!

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i'd say your chances are slim to none mate

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Posted · Report post

i'd say your chances are slim to none mate

That high?

:D

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dropped my vario3 last monday knocking the screen out of alignment with the rest of the phone.rang insurance on the tuesday on wednesday picked up a brand spanking new vario3 from the store.cost me £25 excess.can't see them giving you a vario4!

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Yes definitely you can replace your phone with new one, but with the same model. If your mobile is damaged then you can also get the repairing cost of the phone..But i am not sure so just don't go with my words....

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