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Free 3 Month Warranty for Any Phone

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Consumer Priority Service (the warranty company) is offering 3 months free warranty coverage for any phone, including old ones. They're calling the service "CYA".
  • First three months free
  • $6.99/month afterwards
  • Cancel anytime
  • 100% Comprehensive Parts and Labor Coverage
  • Covers Cracked LCDs and Water Damage
  • Free Two-Way Shipping
  • There is a variable deductible (starting at $75) based on the age of the phone

https://cya.insure/landing-page
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$75 deductible, but not too shabby for free
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$75 deductible, but not too shabby for free
OP you should add this to your description.
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This is a sick price. I am paying $10 with Asurion, even after the 3 months are free, I am still paying $6.99….a real Slick Deal.
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OP you should add this to your description.
Added!
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$50 deductable here...not bad, thanks!
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wow their FAQ is cringy
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Quote from mikechicago
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Consumer Priority Service (the warranty company) is offering 3 months free warranty coverage for any phone, including old ones. They're calling the service "CYA".
  • First three months free
  • $6.99/month afterwards
  • Cancel anytime
  • 100% Comprehensive Parts and Labor Coverage
  • Covers Cracked LCDs and Water Damage
  • Free Two-Way Shipping
  • There is a variable deductible (starting at $75) based on the age of the phone

https://cya.insure/landing-page
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This is a sick price. I am paying $10 with Asurion, even after the 3 months are free, I am still paying $6.99….a real Slick Deal.
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$50 deductable here...not bad, thanks!
Or you could get free cell phone insurance by paying your cell phone bill with certain credit cards.
Some American express cards, wells fargo card, uber card, etc offer it for free if you pay your cell phone bill with the card.
$25 deductible
$600 limit
Can be used twice per year per line
Repairs can be done anywhere

--for s10, there is a $265 deductible for CYA. Through your credit card, it does not matter what phone, straight $25 deductible
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Last edited by bluekiwi April 13, 2019 at 11:22 PM.

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Or you could get free cell phone insurance by paying your cell phone bill with certain credit cards.
Some American express cards, wells fargo card, uber card, etc offer it for free if you pay your cell phone bill with the card.
$25 deductible
$600 limit
Can be used twice per year per line
Repairs can be done anywhere

--for s10, there is a $265 deductible for CYA. Through your credit card, it does not matter what phone, straight $25 deductible
My hubby has an Uber card🤔 thanks for the info!
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