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The tech ProtectCELL loves to protect

The tech ProtectCELL loves to protect

3/4/2014

The variety of options available in the current mobile device market is greater than ever before. Today's consumers often have specific preferences about the gadgets they use and the carriers that provide service for these devices. Fortunately, ProtectCELL's plans for phones and tablets offer coverage for a wide range of devices and wireless dealers, making it easy for phone-owners to find a protection option that suits their personal needs.

"The user-phone interaction, in certain ways, is very much like a relationship," says Scott McLaren, chief marketing officer at ProtectCELL. "As such, today's mobile products are constantly evolving in order to 'keep things fresh'. Products like iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy line consistently win the hearts of their users with great, new innovation. These are the devices consumers love most and the ones we love to protect for our customers."

Here are just a few of the devices that ProtectCELL loves to protect:

iPhones
The tech world is buzzing with excitement over iPhone 6 rumors. Recently, CNET reported that Apple may actually release two phone models, one with a screen of 4.7 inches and the other with a 5.5-inch display. It is also believed that the iPhone 6 will contain a display made entirely of sapphire, the material used to cover current iPhones' TouchID button and camera lens.

Before the anticipated September release date of this device, owners of existing iPhone models may want to make sure that their phones are adequately secured. ProtectCELL's iPhone protection plan offers coverage in case of mechanical failure and accidental physical damage, as well as safeguarding the security of your personal data and identity. Basic insurance for iPhone models will not provide this comprehensive level of protection.

Samsung Galaxy models
Samsung's Galaxy line is another smartphone series to watch out for in 2014, with the Galaxy S5 expected to be announced at the Mobile World Congress on Feb. 24. According to CNET, the device might feature a 2560x1440-pixel display and a fingerprint scanner. GS5 will likely run using a redesigned TouchWiz, Samsung's version of Android.

If you are enticed to buy the new Galaxy phone when it is released, you may want to sell back your current device to earn money to put toward your new investment. ProtectCELL can allow that to happen through its cell phone buyback program, which offers up to 50 percent buyback for devices bought within the past year and 25 percent for second-year phones.

iPads
‚ÄčIf you are partial to large-screen devices like iPads or other tablets, you'll be happy to know that ProtectCELL provides coverage for these gadgets as well. iPads are offered the same physical damage, data and identity protection measures as smartphones.

With plans ranging from $29.99 to $199.99, there is sure to be a ProtectCELL program to fit your budget and specific needs.

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