The Verizon Total Mobile Protection plan is an insurance plan that will fix your device if it ever breaks, including if you shatter the display. It is $11 per month and many people don’t buy it when purchasing their phone, but Verizon is offering open enrollment from now to July 14.
If you have a compatible device, you can now sign up even if you bought your device a while ago. The phones that are eligible for the cracked screen repair portion of Total Mobile Protection are the iPhone SE, 5c, 5s, 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus and 7; Samsung Galaxy S5, S6, S7, S7 Edge; Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Note 5; and Motorola DROID Turbo and DROID Maxx. There aren’t any modern Android devices, unfortunately.
The plan offers a newly lowered $49 deductible for cracked screens, 115 markets where a tech will come to you to replace a broken screen, and a 24-hour turnaround for a replacement device if one is necessary. It costs $11 per month and allows three claims per 12 months.
If you’re interested and have one of the aforementioned devices, hit the source link!