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Archive for July, 2011
We often see this term on our car insurance and for some who got their first insurance for their iPhone, a few were surprised to see that we also have an excess fee. The rationale is quite the same; when you want to claim for your policy, whether for loss, theft or accidental damages, you first must pay the excess fee before the insurance company will pay or send you a replacement phone.
This is a simple way to effectively screen out insurance frauds and protect the company from financial loss. In simple terms, imagine the insurance company having to pay for each and every single policy at a certain time, there is a possibility that it will experience a financial turmoil. The excess fee is a self preserving guideline in the insurance industry to protect the provider and the client as well.
When getting comprehensive iPhone insurance, there will also be an excess fee if you will need to make a claim. But on a positive note, the excess is still very minimal compared the amount you will have to shell out if you lose or accidentally damage your iPhone without insurance. For only £5.99, you can already avail iPhone insurance that will insure your Apple iPhone 3GS or iPhone 4 from theft, accidental damages, fraudulent calls and with an optional loss cover as well. For more information, don’t forget to read our terms by visiting our main site today.
When it comes to versatility, nothing can beat the iPhone 4; of course when the new iPhone 5 comes out, then that’s a different story. But when it comes to diversification, nothing comes close to the iPhone 4 as many app developers are maximizing and harnessing its power by developing iPhone apps that can be used in a variety of ways. And apps that address to medical issues and even emergencies are one good example while with the time comes, your very iPhone may just save your life.
News are already brewing in online communities about the upcoming and anticipated release of the new iPhone 5 which according to a report done by Morgan Stanley, could be on production this August and will be released to the world by the end of this year. There are many surveys going on for companies to determine what particular product would be in demand in accordance with the release of the new iPhone 5, and their surveys are yielding some interesting results.
Have you ever wanted to be a marine or probably tried to learn some survival training? Perhaps you want to learn a new language or a new skill like drawing, origami, learning to play the guitar or painting? There are many hobbies available for anyone who wants to start one; the only limit is often our time to actually do such hobbies.
But thanks to many unique iPhone apps, these hobbies, skills and other interesting stuff can now be learned right in your iPhone. The only investments that you need to make is just a few dollars on the iTunes store, time to research on a particular app that would peek your interest, download it and you are already up and running!