Question 1: What do I need to do to insure my phone with my Canadian Service Carrier (SC)?
Answer: Four things all together: First see if they offer an insurance plan. If so, Buy it new from the SC; contract it with SC; do it in SC qualifying time.
Question 2: And if one of these requirements is missing?
Answer: No SC insurance for you
Question 3: What are these Service Carriers qualifying time requirements?
Answer: Bell offers you 15 days from activation. Rogers does not offer true cell insurance
Question 4: Assuming I can get all those things together, is the Canadian Service Carrier phone insurance the best I can get?
Answer: In our view they are not fundamentally competitive.
Question 5: Are there any devices which Canadian Service Carriers are not offering at all?
Answer: iPhones on every level versus the Internet options. Go to iphone insurance page and cheapest iphone plans
Question 6: How do I insure my iPhone on the Ensquared Canada Site?
Answer: Go to our Buy Catalog and follow the easy process.
Question 7: On all other phones what advantages are there for buying my insurance on-line?
Answer: Internet purchase allows you at least 6 times more time than the most liberal Canadian Service Provider to buy (90 days versus 15 days). You can bring your device from anywhere for insuring no matter who the carrier is. No need to buy contracts or devices from the Internet Insurer. No confusing Terms and extra requirements. Just basically less expensive.
Question 8: But is the deal the same on Premium, deductibles and Claim limits as my Service Carrier.
Answer: Ensquared phone insurance Canada is more competitive in every way.
Question 8: What are the biggest disadvantages of Internet insurance versus Service Carrier Insurance.
Answer: To get best Internet prices you have to buy a One Year or Two year pay up front program, whereas Bell give pricing monthly, but more expensive when annualized. Also there is a 30 day no claim period once you subscribe on Internet but not the case at Bell or Rogers.
Question 9: How do I insure my Phone other than iPhone on the Ensquared Site?
Answer: Go to our Catalog section.
Question 10: If I buy Ensquared phone insurance and then change my mind?
Answer: You have 15 days to cancel from time of subscription. No obligation, no cost. Your credit card will be credited.
Question 12: How do I get a bottom line comparison taking every thing into account?
Answer: Ensquared Canada gives extensive comparisons under many headings. Most popular are iPhone insurance, Backberry Insurance, , Nexus One Insurance, Palm Pre Insurance, Cheapest phone insurance plans and iPhone insurance plans. Read these and you will see why Ensquared is the leading Droid, Blackberry and iPhone insurance option for you.
Question 13: How easy is it to cancel?
Answer: Go to My account section to follow the process (your username & password which was sent to you on sign up is required). If within 15 day cancellation period your credit card will be credited right away.
Question 14: How easy is it to upgrade or alter my Ensquared Canada Insurance Program?
Answer: Go to My account section to follow the process (your username & password which was sent to you on sign up is required) to follow the process. Very easy and no penalty cost for changing.
Question 15: How can a I get short cut route to seeing best Blackberry Canada Insurance on Internet?
Answer: Go to our BlackBerry Phone Insurance Section
Question 18:And shortest cut route to seeing best Canadian options for Nokia Insurance, Samsung phone Insurance, HTC phone insurance, Palm Pre Insurance, LG insurance and Motorola Insurance on the Canadian Internet?
Answer: Go to Ensquared Canada Phone Brand section and click on the brand you are looking for.
Question 19: Can I buy phone extended warranties and cell phone insurance separately?
Answer: Many Canadian dealers offer Extended Warranty in-house. Beware! This is not comprehensive protection. For comprehensive cover you need the backing of a strong underwriter like Trisura the Ensquared partner in Canada. If you want extended warranty fro dealer as well, that is you decision.
Question 20: How do I know what coverage I am getting by just looking at terms Accidental Damage, Extended Warranty, Deductible and so on?
Answer: Go to Ensquared's Type of Phone Insurance where definitions are made clear
Question 21: Is there a mobile phone insurance claim limit in Canada?
Answer: Almost always. Differs a lot from insurer to insurer. Our best recommended products provide for no less than $1300 per claim provision.
Question 22: How many cell phone insurance claims can I make in one year?
Answer: Read Ensquared Canada terms and conditions. Two for one year and three for two year programs.
Question 23: Do Canadian service Carriers cell phone insurance claim have a wireless phone have insurance deductibles attached?
Answer: Yes. Other than Extended warranty (which is normally zero) this can go up to $150 depending on the cover. Ensquared Canada highest deductible per claim is $75 on all cell devices except iPhone. On iPhone deductible is $160. Rogers have no deductible on replacing iPhone but do not replace it with an iPhone (but an entry level phone) - or tie you in to extended contracts. This is not insurance as it should be.
Question 24: How does a manufacturer’s supported product help or hinder my phone insurance in Canada?
Answer: It affects extended warranties only. Click on cell insurance Articles above for information on this.
Question 25: Can I insure my Prepaid or unlocked phones in Canada?
Answer: Not at Bell or Rogers. Yes at Ensquared Canada Phone Insurance.