UK consumers failing to see value of mobile phone cover

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A survey of 1,000 people across the UK revealed that more than 72% of respondents did not have mobile phone insurance, despite the fact that 70% admitted to breaking or losing up to seven phones over the last decade.

It also found that 64% of those surveyed would not consider taking mobile insurance from their mobile network providers – almost 60% said they felt it was too expensive.

The survey highlighted the fact that British consumers may be wary of policies that do not cover certain types of

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