An Apple iPad can be an expensive endeavor, imagine the cost for 1000 students, 30,000 students or more. In the rapidly expanding world of 1:1 device deployments Apple’s iPad and Chromebooks are holding the lion’s share of the market. We all know that iPads in the hands of the general public are put at risk every day from drops, breaks, malfunctions and theft. Putting those iPads in the hands of K-12 students puts them at even higher risk. School’s and school districts shouldn’t make that move to 1:1 device deployment without a good insurance strategy in place.
That’s where Insure Apple iPad comes in. This central Florida based company serves the entire country for iPad, iPhone and Macbook laptop service, repairs and insurance. When properly documented, Insure Apple iPad even covers theft and loss in some plans.
Insurance from Insure Apple iPad is competitively priced and runs about $150 less than coverage through the major wireless carriers and Square Trade. Insure Apple iPad coverage includes:
- unlimited claims
- malfunction an defects
- batteries and power
- accidental damage
- liquid damage
Schools can elect to bill up front or monthly and when the need arises for a claim there is a short 5 minute claims process. For breaks, repairs and even water damage the claims process is simple, contact the company, report your claim and send your device into their central Florida facility. They know the importance of iPads in education and strive to get the problem unit repaired or replaced as quickly as possible. For claims involving loss or theft there’s just a few extra steps to take. One of the best parts is that good standing policies can be transferred to new devices when you decide to upgrade your equipment.
With rates starting as low as 14 cents per day (and even lower with large policies like school) that’s a small price to pay for the peace of mind that having coverage provides.
You can chat with Insure Apple iPad at FETC 2018 in Orlando Florida, January 23-28th, booth #1352 and visit them online at insureappleiphone.com
Check out more of our FETC 2018 coverage here.