Insuring The Inevitable

Screen Damage Cover

Mobile Phone Insurance Sydney – Covering Australia 

One Year Cover From Just $19.99

Mobile Phone Insurance Sydney CBD, Bondi Junction and across Australia. Insurance has never been easier with Fone Fix.

We have two cover options available:

Fone Fix Breakage Cover Insurance

If you’re an existing Fone Fix customer you now can take advantage of our (Fone Fix Breakage Cover). If you damage your screen within 12 months, replacements are free at any Fone Fix store.

Fone Fix Cover -ModelCover ServiceCover PriceCover Duration
iPhone 5/5s/5cScreen Replacement$19.9912 months
iPhone 6/6 Plus / 6s /6s PlusScreen Replacement$29.9912 months
iPhone 7Screen Replacement$79.9912 months
iPhone 7 PlusScreen Replacement$99.9912 months
iPhone 8
Screen Replacement$139.9912 months
iPhone 8 PlusScreen Replacement$169.9912 months
iPad Air / Air 2Screen Replacement$49.9912 months
iPhone XComing SoonNANA
Samsung GalaxyComing SoonNANA
Sony XperiaComing SoonNANA

Liquid Glass Combo Insurance

With this Insurance option you get three types of cover in one. Firstly, a layer of liquid glass is rubbed into the screen bonding with the glass making it much stronger. Secondly, you get a tempered glass protector up to 9 times harder than normal glass. If both protection methods fail and your screen breaks. You can get it replaced for free within one year of buying the liquid glass and registering your device online.

Liquid Glass Combo Insurance

Covering You Against The Inevitable

Screen repairs amount to around 90% of all services Fone Fix offer. With repair costs getting more expense and screens that are prone to damage. Protecting and insuring our devices from the inevitable has become essential. Our phones are exposed to all kinds of harsh environments and damaging elements. We take them everywhere, most of the time just holding in our hand, back pocket or handbag. With new devices now costing around $1500-$2000 and all manufactured with oversized glass screens. Why not insure the thing that is most likely to break?

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  • What Does Phone Insurance Cover You For?

    You have a few options when it comes to insuring your phone. Most of them are provided to us by networks. Telco companies will try and get you to take up their insurance at the time of (sign up). However, in our experience most people don’t actually know what they are signing up for. While most plans include cover for loss and accidental damage almost all of them charge you ongoing monthly costs and expensive excess fees. This type of cover is perfect for people ho are prone to loosing there possessions. However the reality is, most of us in general, simply don’t loose things that are extremely valuable to us.

    In addition, with iCloud storage solutions available in the extremely rare event I loose my phone, the most import thing is that my data will be safe.

    The truth is, in almost all cases. The screen is the most likely thing to break and is worth insuring. Screen damage amounts to almost 90% of all repairs to phones.

    If you are still unsure, answer these questions:

    How many times have you actually lost your phone?

    If you your answer is “many” then the types of insurance offered by networks might be the best option for you. Just make sure the plan covered you in the event you loose the phone.

    How many times have you found a phone?

    You don’t just find phones lying around. As previously mentioned, it’s vary rare for someone to loose there mobile. I think in my entire life I have only found 1 phone and that as an old banger that a probably “lost” on purpose. Furthermore most new phones no have tracking software installed like “find my iPhone”. After about 30 seconds most of us would know if your phone was missing. It can be easily tracked and messages can be sent to the device alerting anybody who found it.

    How many times have you had your phone stolen?

    Now the answer to this question could vary when comparing the “smartphone” to “dumbphone” era. Old devices that didn’t connect to the internet ere stolen frequently and could easily be sold and used again with another sim. Those day are over. With fingerprint readers, facial recognition, IP tracking, find my iPhone and all kinds of encryption software. The market for stolen phones has almost completely vanished.

    How many times have you broken your screen?

    At some stage most of us can admit to breaking the front glass or LCD display. It’s almost unavoidable now with phones being manufactured with extra large glass screens that are prone to damage. Even with the latest technology in breakage prevention people still find way. Almost 90% of all repairs Fone Fix services are for a broken displays. If you lucky enough to have never broken the screen. How many broken ones do you see on a daily basis? If you catch the train to work just look around, the entire carriage will have their head buried into there phones and you will see that over half of them are smashed.

    Conclusion

    Insurance that charges you monthly and has excess fess are good if you are the type of individual ho looses everything. However, If you are like the rest of us. There maybe a much more cost effective solution available for you with nom monthly cost and absolutely no excess fees in the even of damage.

     

     

     

  • What Does Phone Insurance Cover You For?
    You have a few options when it comes to insuring your phone. Most of them are provided to us by networks. Telco companies will try and get you to take up their insurance at the time of (sign up). However, in our experience most people don’t actually know what they are signing up for. While most plans include cover for loss and accidental damage almost all of them charge you ongoing monthly costs and expensive excess fees. This type of cover is perfect for people ho are prone to loosing there possessions. However the reality is, most of us in general, simply don’t loose things that are extremely valuable to us. In addition, with iCloud storage solutions available in the extremely rare event I loose my phone, the most import thing is that my data will be safe. The truth is, in almost all cases. The screen is the most likely thing to break and is worth insuring. Screen damage amounts to almost 90% of all repairs to phones.

    If you are still unsure, answer these questions:

    How many times have you actually lost your phone?

    If you your answer is “many” then the types of insurance offered by networks might be the best option for you. Just make sure the plan covered you in the event you loose the phone.

    How many times have you found a phone?

    You don’t just find phones lying around. As previously mentioned, it’s vary rare for someone to loose there mobile. I think in my entire life I have only found 1 phone and that as an old banger that a probably “lost” on purpose. Furthermore most new phones no have tracking software installed like “find my iPhone”. After about 30 seconds most of us would know if your phone was missing. It can be easily tracked and messages can be sent to the device alerting anybody who found it.

    How many times have you had your phone stolen?

    Now the answer to this question could vary when comparing the “smartphone” to “dumbphone” era. Old devices that didn’t connect to the internet ere stolen frequently and could easily be sold and used again with another sim. Those day are over. With fingerprint readers, facial recognition, IP tracking, find my iPhone and all kinds of encryption software. The market for stolen phones has almost completely vanished.

    How many times have you broken your screen?

    At some stage most of us can admit to breaking the front glass or LCD display. It’s almost unavoidable now with phones being manufactured with extra large glass screens that are prone to damage. Even with the latest technology in breakage prevention people still find way. Almost 90% of all repairs Fone Fix services are for a broken displays. If you lucky enough to have never broken the screen. How many broken ones do you see on a daily basis? If you catch the train to work just look around, the entire carriage will have their head buried into there phones and you will see that over half of them are smashed.

    Conclusion

    Insurance that charges you monthly and has excess fess are good if you are the type of individual ho looses everything. However, If you are like the rest of us. There maybe a much more cost effective solution available for you with nom monthly cost and absolutely no excess fees in the even of damage.      

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14/80 Spring St,
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Sydney,
NSW,
2022

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Bondi Junction,
Sydney,
NSW,
2022

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Level 1, Suite 107,
250 Pitt St,
Sydney,
NSW,
2000
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250 Pitt St,
Sydney,
NSW,
2000

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Bondi Junction

(02) 9386 1951

bondi@fonefix.com.au

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14/80 Spring St,
Bondi Junction,
Sydney,
NSW,
2022
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14/80 Spring St,
Bondi Junction,
Sydney,
NSW,
2022

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