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Protection Plans

We humans can sure be hard on the things we love. With that in mind, we've made it easy to protect your phone from those occasional bouts of forgetfulness and clumsiness. Driveways, washing machines, swimming pools, and hardware failures will still claim their victims. But for those with a protection plan, a cracked screen doesn't look nearly as bad.


Flip Phones and Android Smartphones.



Protection plans starting as low as $2 a month

Now you can protect your device for up to three years with a protection plan from our partner SquareTrade. These convenient and affordable plans cover your device in case of damage from drops, spills, and hardware failures.

SquareTrade protection plans

Our Protection Plans cover:



From cracked screens to broken internal parts, we cover the big damage that can come from even the smallest falls.



Doesn't matter if it's one splash, one spill, or full immersion in a swimming pool — we've got you covered.


All Mechanical or Electrical Failures

Plan covers beyond manufacturer's warranty, or if manufacturer denies coverage for common failures.


Simple Monthly Billing

Your plan is added to your monthly bill, and it's easy to cancel at any time.

Our plans are affordably priced.

You can add a protection plan to your new device when checking out, or by calling us at (888) 345-5509 within 30 days of purchasing your device. Of course, there are no contracts with these plans and you can cancel at any time.

And should you ever need to, making a claim is easy. Just contact SquareTrade either online at or by phone at 877-WARRANTY. Representatives are available 24/7. You’ll receive your replacement device within two business days.

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