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How-to Replace your lost, damaged, or stolen phone

Discussion in 'General Verizon Service' started by jdeg, Feb 5, 2013.

  1. jdeg

    jdeg Administrator Staff Member

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    To do this you must have some kind of insurance on your phone. With Verizon insurance is offered through Asurian.

    If you phone was lost or stolen you'll want to shut off the service to that phone. Do so by logging in here: https://login.verizonwireless.com/a...ntholder/services/suspendResumeService.action

    If you phone was lost, stolen or broken file a claim, you can do so here: PhoneClaim.com - Verizon phones replaced fast! File a claim for your lost, stolen, or damaged phone

    When you get your new phone it will come with instructions on how to activate it.

    If you do not have insurance on your phone, your best bet is to find one used on Electronics, Cars, Fashion, Collectibles, Coupons and More Online Shopping | eBay

    If you get a used phone, follow these directions on how to activate it: http://cellphoneforums.net/verizon/t286756-activate-new-verizon-phone-online-switch-esn.html
     



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  2. MicroMomma

    MicroMomma New Member

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    Having the insurance on a phone, especially a smartphone, is almost a must. Hubby dropped his when he was getting in the car and backed over it before he realized what had happened and they still replaced it. Well worth the extra charge.
     

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