Mobile Device Insurance

Benefit Details & Credit Cards That Offer It

Mobile device insurance can save you money in the case that your phone is damaged, lost/stolen, or if it has a manufacturing defect. Details and card list.


Mobile device insurance protects you in the case that your phone is accidentally damaged, lost, stolen, has manufacturing defects, or runs into other select issues. With high-end phones costing hundreds of dollars (some even pushing over $1,000), having mobile device insurance can easily save you the cost of repairs or replacements.

A large amount of credit cards offer purchase protection which can protect your phone for the first 30 to 120 days, but you'll want to go for mobile device insurance if you want to protect your phone beyond those first few months. Make sure to read up how to qualify for mobile device insurance with your credit card. Most providers will only grant you insurance if you charge the full cost of the device to your card, pay your monthly bill with the card, or both. Some providers also only allow mobile device insurance for new phones and do not include used or refurbished phones. Read carefully!

Credit Cards With Mobile Device Insurance

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These results are meant to be used as a reference. The name of some benefits may be slightly altered when compared to what the card provider's website lists. In addition to that, benefits and perks on some of the listed cards may change before I'm able to update them. You'll want to check the terms, conditions, and full summary of any rewards card that you apply for to make sure that it features the perks and benefits that you're looking for.

Bank (Holder)

The bank issuing the card.

Network

The network the card is tied to.

Card Type

The type of card such as co-branded airline cards, hotel cards, cruise line cards, and bank rewards cards.

Rewards Type

The type of rewards the card earns.

Personal/Business

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Annual Fee (Range)

The range of fees you're willing to pay to wield such cards.

Foreign Transaction Fee

The percentage of fees you'll pay on the dollar when you use the card outside of it's region.
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