Verizon has recently announced an update to its mobile protection plan, Mobile Protect, that allows customers to get their cracked screen repaired for just $0. This new feature is available for those who sign up for the plan during the open enrollment period.
The new version of Mobile Protect offers unlimited cracked screen repairs for a $0 deductible fee. This means that customers who have an eligible device can get their screen repaired for free, as long as they are enrolled in the plan and have paid the monthly fee. Previously, the cost of repairing a cracked screen was $29 or $49, depending on the type of device.
The open enrollment period for Mobile Protect started on February 15th and will run through March 31st. Customers can sign up for the plan during this period and take advantage of the new $0 cracked screen repair feature. The plan also includes coverage for other types of damage, including water damage, and offers same-day device replacement in certain cases.
This update to Verizon's Mobile Protect plan is a great deal for customers who have a history of cracking their screens or are worried about potential damage to their device. The ability to get their screen repaired for free without having to pay a deductible is a significant benefit, and it makes the plan even more attractive to customers who are looking for comprehensive device protection.