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|04-13-2009, 08:01 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 29, '06
Phone: 3vo & EpicTouch
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Free Cell Phone Protection w/ PenFed?
Does anyone have experience with this? You have to pay your cell phone bill with their credit card and be a Pentagon Federal Credit Union member, but almost anyone can signup to become a member for about $20.
I was thinking about cancelling my TEP and just using PenFed since it's free for members.
Here's the quick description:
Pay your cell phone bill with your PenFed Visa card and you'll get more than the convenience of not worrying about writing a check and finding a stamp. If your cell phone breaks, you're covered. Cell Phone Protection reimburses you for damage to or theft of your eligible cell phones, Smartphones or personal digital assistants (PDAs).
Best of all, Cell Phone Protection is free!
If your cell phone is damaged or stolen, a $50 deductible per claim makes you eligible for reimbursement up to $200 per claim.
It's free AND easy.
Log onto PenFed Online and look for the cell phone icon on the main menu of your accounts. Then charge your monthly cell phone bill to your PenFed Visa credit card. Coverage begins the first day of the calendar month following your first payment of your wireless cell phone carrier bill using your covered PenFed Visa card.
Guide to Benefits.
|04-13-2009, 10:08 AM||#2|
Join Date: Dec 19, '06
Phone: BB Tour 9630
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"makes you eligible for reimbursement up to $200 per claim."
So, what do you do if you have a blackberry that runs about $550 msrp? looks like you'll have to pay that difference too
I just use amex simply cash to pay my cell bills...5% off
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