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I NEVER WANT TO DEAL WITH ASURION AGAIN (well... as long as I can help it). So fingers crossed I don't "break" my phone again. I'm sorry this is such a long rant video, I just needed to get it off of my chest. THUMBS UP FOR EVERYTHING FINALLY BEING OK. FOLLOW ME: twitter: https://twitter.com/tyeballew instagram: http://instagram.com/tyeballew tumblr: http://tyeballew.tumblr.com facebook: http://facebook.com/tyeballew
FYI made a video advising to always keep track when mailing your damage cellphone device to ASURION. If you don't keep proof of mailing you will regret it!
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How Asurion AND your cell phone company scam you out of your hard earned dollars! They claim they don't offer screen repair in my area and therefore I'd have to pay $199 for a "certified repaired" (used) phone but if I was in an area like Atlanta my screen repair would only be $29. Things that make you go hmmmm. A company as "large" as Asurion cannot retain certified techs in ALL areas? You offer this garbage "insurance" nationwide so why not ensure ALL customers have access to the same services?
Here's a quick vid to explain how AT&T handles their mobile insurance pack. https://mobileprotectionpack.att.com/attmpp/jebber/public/attmpp/learn_more.html It's 10 US dollars per month with a $199 deductible. Good deal? I think so, but I'm a klutz. What do you think?