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Insure Your Microsoft Device

Whether you own a Microsoft Surface, an Xbox Series X or Series S, or one of Microsoft’s other devices, it would be a good idea to take out a gadget insurance policy to protect your Microsoft device. You never know what could happen to your priced device and it’s better to be safe than sorry. If you have an Xbox series x warranty for example, this warranty may expire within a year of purchase and you may be left out of pocket should something happen to your Xbox without insurance.


Do I have to insure my Micosoft device?

No, insurance for your Microsoft table, phone or console isn’t mandatory, but it’s certainly worth considering because it can help to cover the cost of a replacement device if yours is ever lost or stolen.

Some policies will also cover you if your device is damaged accidentally, although it’s important to read the small print on this before you sign on that dotted line


How important is the small print on my insurance policy then?

Check if the policy will replace the additional equipment like for like or with an equivalent product. It’s important to keep the receipts for your devices, as you will be expected to provide proof of purchase.