EE adds AppleCare to its insurance plans for iPhone users

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EE has announced that customers who take out its Damage Cover or Full Cover insurance products will now be covered with AppleCare services too, including Apple-certified device repairs. The newly included AppleCare Services on EE will last the lifetime of the insurance policy for peace of mind.

With the changes, customers that have taken out insurance will be able to go to Apple Stores and Apple Authorised Service Providers and get priority access to Apple experts via webchat and over the phone at any time help is needed. One of the unique things about AppleCare with EE is that any excess costs from the repair of a device in the store can be added to your mobile bill for you to pay later. If you’re not near an Apple Store, EE has expanded its in-store repair service to 85 stores across the country where you can drop your phone off.

The Damage Cover with AppleCare Services starts at £5.99 per month. You’ll be able to get a next-day replacement device or take your phone to the Apple Store to be repaired, it covers accidental damage to the phone and in-box charging accessories, you get worldwide cover, unlimited damage claims, cover for breakdowns, a multi-policy discount, and a free Minute One Accessories Bundle worth £24.99 on selected devices.

The Full Cover insurance with AppleCare Services starts at £9.49 per month and offers all the services above plus next day replacement for loss or theft of a customers’ handset. Full Cover customers will also get a Minute One Premium Accessories Bundle worth £39.99 on selected devices.

To buy either of the insurance options, just select them while you’re in the process of purchasing a new phone from EE.

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