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You invest in your tech products, but how well do you protect them? A powerful laptop or next-generation tablet will serve you until it doesn't. Do you know what to do when your gadgets inevitably freeze, get glitchy or completely break down? For inspiration, let's turn to the professionals — people who work with all sorts of tech on a daily basis.
Consider the ways Yahoo Plus Protect Home brand ambassador and tech reporter Jessica Naziri protects her home technology investments. "My secret weapon is Yahoo Plus Protect Home," she said in a recent online post. The tech reporter couldn't resist adding a sassy little twist to her recommendation. "Check out Yahoo Plus Protect Home for yourself [and] stop asking me about all your tech woes, sorry [I'm] not your personal IT."
What does Yahoo Plus Protect Home cover?
A home tech protection plan like Yahoo Plus Protect Home offers services to help out if something goes wrong with your equipment. Yahoo Plus Protect Home is designed to make sure consumers won't have to worry about what happens to their gadgets. It helps pay for repairs, replacements or even new devices.
Yahoo Plus Protect Home provides top-notch technical support and protection for the tech we love, like flat-screen TVs, laptops, gaming consoles, and more. Unlike protection plans you buy in stores, that only cover the product purchased during specific transactions, Yahoo Plus Protect Home covers almost all of the devices in the home, regardless of when or where they were bought.
"I test out tracking gadgets for a living," Naziri says. I'm super clumsy and have butterfingers. I can't tell you how many times I've dropped my gadgets."
The best part about Yahoo Plus Protect Home: You don't need to know any specialized technical jargon to understand this type of policy.
What's included in the Yahoo Plus Protect Home tech protection plan?
You'll get expert advice and support for the tech in your home as well as protection for eligible products. The plan covers:
Normal wear and tear
Accidental damage from handling portable products as a result of the normal use of the product.
The special sauce in the plan is that if Yahoo Plus Protect Home can't fix the issue, you'll get a replacement or reimbursement based on qualifications like the replacement value, age, and overall condition of the product before the issue started.
What's more, you can contact a U.S.-based tech expert for your device issues 24/7 by phone. The plan will repair, replace or even reimburse you for covered problems. Subscribers also get one in-home visit per year for your tech issues, so you don't have to worry about unplugging your glitchy tech and drag it into a store.Yahoo Plus Protect Home works with tech experts who know how to get you back online so you can get back to your digital life, from watching dog videos on social media, to paying the electric bill online.
You won't have to keep track of several warranty plans, search through a pile of takeout menus to find receipts, or worry if your plans have expired. Protect your favorite stuff like TVs, laptops, tablets, and more with one easy peasy solution. Yahoo Plus Protect Home Tech Protection Plan starts at $15 per month.
Yahoo Plus Protect Home works with tech experts who know how to get you back online so you can get back to your digital life, from watching dog videos on social media, to paying the electric bill online.
You won't have to keep track of several warranty plans, search through a pile of takeout menus to find receipts, or worry if your plans have expired. Protect your favorite stuff like TVs, laptops, tablets, and more with one easy peasy solution. The Yahoo Plus Protect Home Tech Protection Plan starts at $15 per month.
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