Lost my iphone 4

doyle369

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Jun 23, 2010
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well I think it was stolen at work...

anyway

I have insurance with Natwest.

Next stage is to go to police, then phone up my bank then O2

but my question is... will I get a brand new iphone 4?

and how long until it comes?

Cheers
 

CPTHREE

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Jul 13, 2010
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whats your deductible though? mine was stolen also, I have renters insurance but the deductible is 500 so there masnt much point to putting a claim in. My credit card is supposed to credit me the 200 I paid originally
 

Nde

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Feb 12, 2008
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Check with your credit card company. For American Express, they would revert back the iphone charge. So if you charge $399 on your Amex, Amex will take away $399 from your bill. You have up to 90 days.
 

Vegastouch

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Jul 12, 2008
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No insurance with AT&T? There are 4 levels of insurance for phones w/ T-Mobile, from $1.99 to $5.99 per month but the deductable for the Vibrant in $130.
 

doyle369

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Jun 23, 2010
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No insurance with AT&T? There are 4 levels of insurance for phones w/ T-Mobile, from $1.99 to $5.99 per month but the deductable for the Vibrant in $130.

I don't understand what you are on about

I pay £12 a month for insurance on my iphone 4
 

hlkc

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Jan 15, 2008
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I suppose you don't have mobileme. If you do, you can try to locate and erase all the data if needed.
 

Irish Rose

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Vegastouch said:
No insurance with AT&T? There are 4 levels of insurance for phones w/ T-Mobile, from $1.99 to $5.99 per month but the deductable for the Vibrant in $130.
AT&T does offer issuance for iPhone now, through Asurion. It's called Mobile Protect. Not cheap, but I paid $700 for my 32GB iP4, so it is worth it to me.
 

dockingbay94

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Jul 29, 2010
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as far as i know, in the US ATT offers no insurance on the iPhone. what it comes down too is that you will probably just have to buy another one honestly. sucky situation but that is most likely the resolution.
 

Irish Rose

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dockingbay94 said:
as far as i know, in the US ATT offers no insurance on the iPhone. what it comes down too is that you will probably just have to buy another one honestly. sucky situation but that is most likely the resolution.
Did you read my post above? AT&T DOES offer insurance for the iPhone now. Just look up "Mobile Protect" in the App store.… I downloaded it this afternoon, so I know it's available now. ;)
 
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