Why should I insure my Macbook?
From the slender MacBook Air to the powerful and practical MacBook Pro range, Apple’s laptops are not only stylish and desirable but are also portable and practical. And these are all good reasons for owners to consider insuring their MacBook rather than facing the risk of a worrying range of potential disasters. Dropping it, treading on it, getting it wet; these are mishaps that befall high-end Apple computers on a daily basis. And if you are a seasoned gadget owner then you will know just how easy it is for damage to occur. Repairing or replacing a MacBook will cost hundreds of pounds, or could leave you with a higher home insurance premium to pay if you make a claim on an existing policy. MacBook insurance from gadgetbuddy.com has been specifically designed to protect it.
You will be covered against
Accidental DamageShould you break your MacBook, perhaps as a result of a drop or scrape, gadgetbuddy.com will cover the expense of getting it repaired.
TheftShould you break your MacBook, perhaps as a result of a drop or scrape, gadgetbuddy.com will cover the expense of getting it repaired.
Liquid damageShould fluids find their way into the body of your MacBook and cause some damage, it will be repaired for you.
Worldwide CoverWith cover from gadgetbuddy.com you will benefit from MacBook travel insurance for any trips you take to destinations outside of the UK.
Mechanical BreakdownYou can make a claim if your MacBook stops working as a result of a hardware malfunction, with the costs for repair covered. This applies even if it is outside of the manufacturer’s warranty period.
Family CoverOther members of the household, including spouses, children and parents, can use your MacBook. It will still be protected by your gadgetbuddy.com policy.
Are there any excess charges?
£50 UK Excess
£75 Loss of Device Excess
£75 Overseas Claim Excess
All UK claims are subject to a £50 excess charge, except if you claim for loss of your MacBook, which is £75 excess. If you are overseas when your MacBook is damaged, lost or stolen then the excess is £75.