The current mobile phone insurance rates have changed over the last years as the market has become more competitive. The theft of mobile phones in the UK continues to increase and the age of smart phone demographics are changing with younger people having more expensive mobile-phones. Below are the latest price compare for the United Kingdom.

Note that you should consider other insurance options. Many take separate insurance on their mobile phone or tablets as it lowers the overall cost of insurance. If you add a mobile phone or Ipad to your household insurance this might push up the overall cost of your household insurance. The reason is that mobile phone theft is on the increase and it might be more cost effective to take a separate policy for your mobile devices.

Your household insurance is also likely not going to include repair costs and will more likely than not only cover replacement. Consider these options before you add mobile devices to your household insurance.

ProviderMonthly PremiumAnnual PremiumInstant Cover
Insurance2go£6.99£74.99Yes
Tin Hat Insurance£6.99£76.89Yes
Your Budget Cover£6.99£79.69No
Buy Mobile Phone Insurance£7.98£95.76No
Gadget Cover£7.99£79.90Yes
Gadget Buddy£7.99£87.89No
Love It Cover It£7.99£87.89Yes
i-Digital£8.49£93.39No
Debenhams Insurance£8.75£96.25Yes
Protect Your Bubble£9.49£113.88Yes
Know How£9.49£113.88No
Insure My Pocket£9.99£99.90No
EE£10.00£120.00Yes
Vodafone£12.00£144.00Yes
O2£12.50£150.00Yes
Carphone Warehouse (Geek Squad)£14.99£179.88Yes

Prices are based on our full cover policy and comparable levels of cover including loss. Prices were checked on the relevant websites on the 2nd March 2016. The phone checked was the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium.

 
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