- Report: #1022854
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Complaint Review: Asurion
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Asurion Verizon Wireless Total Equipment Protection Bait and switch terminology regarding what an iPhone "is", Internet
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I rechecked my plan and it states smartphones are $99, tablets and special devices are $169 so I called them to make sure things were accurate. When I asked the lady who answered about this, she explained that an iPhone 4, with 8 gb of memory still had a retail value of $499 and that the deductible represented a "fair percentage" of the replacement retail value. I commented that for a little more than that, I could get a brand new 5 with twice the memory, and that even on Amazon the phone sells for a whopping $340 - but regardless of the numbers - the iPhone is sold as a "smartphone" and not a "tablet or special device".
She stated that we could either put the claim on hold, or complete the claim and that if I did not want to complete the claim or have any other questions, to have a nice day. I don't mind paying another $99 (plus $120/year) for a REFURBISHED phone to keep this going - but feel it is extremely deceptive to sell "smartphone" protection and rates, then use "tablet" replacement costs. If there were an iPad, no complaints.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/03/2013 11:42 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Asurion/internet/Asurion-Verizon-Wireless-Total-Equipment-Protection-Bait-and-switch-terminology-regarding-1022854. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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