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Compare Group Mobile Phone Insurance

Compare Multiple Mobile Phone Insurance 

Multiple mobile phone insurance can offer a cost-effective way to protect your valuable mobiles and other electronic devices whilst home or abroad. Use the table below to compare the latest multiple mobile phone insurance offers and find the best deal for you:

Compare Mobile Phone Insurance
ProviderMax CoverStandard ExcessWorldwide CoverMonthly Costs From:Additional BenefitsApply
£775£25yes£3.99Accidental Damage; Liquid Damage; Mechanical Breakdown; Immediate CoverApply Now >

Benefits of Multiple Mobile Phone Insurance

Multiple mobile phone insurance could include features and benefits such as:

  • Cover for theft of mobile phones
  • Cover for loss of mobile phones
  • Cover for accidental damage to mobile phones
  • Cover for damage to mobile phones cased by spills or other liquids
  • Cover for breakdown or malfunction of mobile phones
  • Cover for unauthorised network charges from the point that your mobile phone was lost or stolen
  • Many multiple mobile phone providers can offer instant cover so that all the mobile phones in the group are protected from the moment you takeout an insurance policy
  • Worldwide cover for multiple mobile phones when abroad
  • Multiple mobile phone accessories cover

Limitations of multiple mobile phone insurance

While multiple mobile phone insurance offers many benefits, there may be things that are excluded from your cover, so it is best to check with the insurer. Exclusions could include:

  • Cover for all mobile phones belonging to family members usually only applies to family members living at the same address as the policyholder
  • Children must be under 19, or 22 if in full time education, in order to be covered
  • Children cannot be covered by a multiple mobile phone insurance policy if they are married or in a civil partnership
  • Children at university will usually only be covered when they are at home, not when they are away during term time