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Your phone is everything—accidents are nothing

Camera. Map. Entertainment. Calendar. With a mobile protection plan, the device you depend on keeps you connected.

Explore our phone insurance features

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Asurion is trusted by 300 million worldwide.
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4.4 trustpilot rating
4.6 amazon rating
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Complete coverage designed for the way you live

Drops, spills, and breaks happen to all of us, so we offer protection plans that are actually helpful—for real people like you and me. Here’s what you get:

  • Cracked screen repair
  • Fixes for defects/failures
  • Loss and theft protection
  • Coverage for water damage
  • Accessory coverage
  • Unlimited battery replacement

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Better, faster ways to get your phone fixed


Local in-store repairs

Visit one of our nearly 700 uBreakiFix® by Asurion store locations to get your device fixed in hours—not days.


Loss and theft protection

Unlike a lot of other plans, we’ve got your back if your device goes missing.


Fast replacements

We can get you a new phone as soon as the next day.

For more than 20 years...

Asurion phone insurance plans have protected the most important devices you own. Here’s what our customers are saying about us:

Available with leading mobile carriers and providers.

Looking for the peace of mind that comes with staying connected to your life even when something happens to your phone? Our cell phone insurance plans are available at many carriers and retailers, including those below. Features and functionality vary by carrier and operating system:

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Verizon

Frequently asked questions

We’ve compiled this list of common questions to help, but you can read more mobile insurance FAQs here.

Why should I protect my phone with Asurion’s Mobile Insurance Plan?

How do I enroll my cell phone in coverage?

What mobile devices are eligible for coverage?

How do I file a claim for my phone?

Why do I have to pay a deductible if I file a claim for my phone?