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iPhone 5c Insurance

iPhone 5c Insurance

Protect your iPhone 5c from just £3.99 p/m*

Keep your brightly-colored iPhone 5c covered with insurance that features:

  • Fast purchase
  • Unlimited repairs
  • 24/7 online claims submission
  • 2 replacements per year
  • Live customer support (right here in the UK!)

*Cover without loss for the iPhone 5c 8GB. Limitations and exclusions apply.

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Accidental demage

Drops & accidental damage

We repair more than 1,700 gadgets per month on average. If you drop it – or the screen gets cracked – you're covered.


More than 250,000 mobile phone thefts* are reported in the UK every year. We cover you against theft as standard. 

Accidental demage

Spills & liquid damage 

Pools, drinks and bathrooms can be deadly for a device. If it gets accidentally dunked, don't worry – you're covered.

Loss and theft

Worldwide usage

Keep your gadget with you while you travel: our policy includes worldwide coverage for up to 180 days a year.**

Mechanical breakdownMechanical breakdowns

Blank screen? Broken button? If your gadget breaks down after the manufacturer's warranty runs out, you're still protected.

Unauthorised calls

Optional extras 

Get covered for loss for an extra £1.50 per month, per gadget.***


*Source: National Mobile Phone Crime Unit 2014
**Please note replacements will only be sent to UK addresses
***Loss cover is not available for laptops, MacBooks,TVs, desktop PCs or PC monitors.

If you pay for your policy on a monthly basis, you will be required to pay the premium for the remaining term of the 12-month contract before we can authorise any claim.

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Top safety and security tips for your new iPhone 5c

Protect it from cosmetic damage

The first thing you should do is stick a screen protector on it to keep it protected from coins, keys and other sharp objects that live in your pockets and bag. If you didn’t buy a screen protector when purchasing your iPhone, you should get it ordered as soon as possible. A good case is also a wise move and will keep your phone’s condition as good as new for a longer period.

Set up a passcode

If it falls into the possession of somebody else, they will not be able to access your phone without correctly entering your passcode. Make it difficult to guess and do not use horizontal, vertical or diagonal numbers such as “2,5,8,0”.

Enable autolock

The passcode that you’ve set may not be useful unless the handset is set to autolock. The phone, when not in use, will automatically go into battery saving mode and autolock itself to block unauthorised access.

Change SIM card PIN

If you’ve signed up for a new contract with a mobile network provider, you will be given a default PIN (usually 0000). Change the PIN so that it’s not easy to guess.

Update your phone

Apple will release updates if security vulnerabilities are ever found so if one is available, update it right away!

Install security apps

Apps such as Find My Phone is arguably the best way to keep track of your iOS phone’s whereabouts. If your phone has been lost, stolen or even misplaced at home, you can simply log on to iCloud online and see your phone on a map, and even make it beep remotely.

Set up automatic iCloud update for your photos

Okay, iCloud’s purpose is to back up your data, so how is that relevant to security? Well, if your phone was stolen and used to take pictures, those photos will automatically be uploaded to iCloud. You will be able to log on to iCloud and see pictures of people, which you can then provide to the police. A selfie will almost be as good as a confession. Aside from that, backing up your data is generally recommended so your data can be recovered if your phone was lost or stolen.

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A £50 excess is payable per claim, plus an additional excess of £25 for all loss claims and any accidental damage claims made in the first three months from the policy start date.The total excess on all claims filed overseas is £75. No claims can be made for the first 14 days after the policy is purchased. If paying monthly by Direct Debit, you will be required to pay the premium for the remainder of your 12-month contract before your claim can be approved. Your gadget(s) must be less than 18 months old for Regular and Business Gadget Insurance and less than 36 months old for Family Gadget Insurance at the time you buy your policy. You are not covered for more than two replacements per insured gadget per year. Repairs are unlimited. See our Terms and Conditions for more information.

This insurance is arranged and sold by Protect Your Bubble, which is a trading name of Assurant Direct Limited, and underwritten and administered by Assurant General Insurance Limited. Assurant General Insurance Limited is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority under registration number 202735. Assurant Direct Limited is an appointed representative of Lifestyle Services Group Limited. Lifestyle Services Group Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under registration number 315245. You can check these registrations on the Financial Services Register at http://www.fca.org.uk/ or by calling 0800 111 6768.