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iPhone 5c Insurance

Great value Insurance for your iPhone 5c

So you’ve chosen your colour and have decided to purchase an iPhone 5c!  It’s a neat piece of gadget that you’ll be proud to own.

However along with the iPhone’s continued popularity also comes vulnerability… to theft.  Also the iPhone 5c is built using a polycarbonate shell - whilst it looks and feels great, there’s always the danger of it
being damaged. 

Repairing or even having to replace your iPhone – either by having to buy a new one outright or as part of a mobile phone contract – will set you back a lot.

So, if you’ve got a new Apple iPhone 5c, insuring it would be the next smartest thing to do.

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Protect Your Bubble is offering a FREE all-in-one security app for 1 year with any gadget insurance purchase.(£69.99/year thereafter) The app gives you 100GB of cloud backup, anti-virus, data security and more. snapButton
^ The free 12 month Snap Secure Subscription (SSS) is only available with a valid gadget insurance policy. After the free period you can continue with SSS for £69.99 a year. You can cancel SSS at anytime. If you cancel your gadget insurance within the first 90 days then your free SSS will be cancelled.

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All Types of Gadgets 

We protect pretty much everything, from your Smartphone and iPad to your Smart TV. 

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From cracked screens to full on smashes you’re covered.  In 2013 we repaired over 1100 gadgets each month.

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Loss and theft


826,000 mobile thefts occur each year. That's more than 1 every minute. 
(2011/12 Crime Survey for England and Wales).
We cover you against theft as standard. 

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We’ll protect you if your phone breaks down after the manufacturer’s warranty has run out.

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We pay for calls and data used up to the cost of £10,000 between when your phone is lost or stolen and when you blacklist it with your network.  Just please do so within 72 hours.

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Optional Loss

Ever had that sinking feeling when you know it’s lost?  For an extra £1.50 per month we guard against loss.

Worldwide cover

Worldwide Cover 

Your Gadgets can be the perfect holiday companions. With us you are covered worldwide for up to 180 days a year.

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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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