Insuring phones can be cost effective for consumers who are unable to put forth the investment needed for a replacement device if a problem should arise
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) October 24, 2014
Paying cash for a brand new phone after damage or theft is a reality for some consumers who do not have an insurance policy. The Quotes Pros website is now one resource to help owners of the iPhone to find cell phone insurance from selected companies at http://quotespros.com.
The various providers that are now capable of providing price information for modern phones can be reviewed upon access to the Quotes Pros company database. The portal has been designed to allow prompt searches for different insurers that are located throughout the country and that are quoting pricing online.
"Insuring phones can be cost effective for consumers who are unable to put forth the investment needed for a replacement device if a problem should arise," said one Quotes Pros source.
The insurance agency research platform that is in use this year has been modified with different companies to expand the system. Owners of smartphones apart from the iPhone can also use the system to find providers that offer short and long-term plans of coverage in the U.S.
"The costs for policies can be explored through our system once a person makes contact with an insurer through the listings that are returned when a search is conducted," said the source.
The Quotes Pros website also provides new search resources for consumers who require price information for plans that are not exclusive to electronic devices. The providers for motorcycle, automotive, homeowner and renter plans are now searchable when going to http://quotespros.com/homeowners-insurance.html.
The QuotesPros.com company supports daily usage of a database by the public when insurance prices are requested in the U.S. The company has arranged one of the largest portals to find insurers that exists on the Internet. The QuotesPros.com company has changed the level of access required to review the insurers this year and now requires a simple zip match from nearly any city to help connect consumers to insurers nationally.