Mobile Phone Deals – New Phone Store
Looking for a new mobile phone?
We now have a full range of mobile phones available to view/order online from our online shop.
All of the handsets are on the Three (3) network and so have the best tariffs available. We have the latest iPhone 7 and Galaxy S8 Plus models. All of the other popular manufacturers are also listed in store.
Take a look to get the best mobile phone deals available online.
Cycleplan, whose ambassador is none other than professional track and road racing cyclist Lizzie Deignan (formerly Armitstead), provide specialist cycling insurance for you and your bicycle whether that be cycling for leisure, commuting, off-road, competition, sportives, track, road racing or triathlons.
Cycleplan cycle insurance offers:
- Theft & Accidental Damage up to £30,000 for all types of bikes including Road, Moutain, Hybrid, Electric, BMX, Tandem, Tricycle and Unicycle
- New for Old cover as standard on bikes up to 3 years old
- Insure multiple bicycles and accessories on one policy
- Public Liability including 3rd party property damage up to £5 million which is also available as a ‘stand-alone’ policy
- Personal Accident up to £50,000
- European and Worldwide cover
- No Premium Penalty following a claim
- 14 Day Money Back Guarantee
- Lowest Price Promise
- No extra charge if you live in a city (excludes London postcodes)
- Pay monthly with 0% APR on premiums over £50
Click the picture below to get your instant quote now.
The future is here in the iPhone. It is the ultimate status symbol. iPhone buyers are attracted to the Apple brand since it’s a fashion accessory for the same reason why people buy Rolex. It can be an utter everlasting horror for you to lose your iPhone to anything. Getting the best of the technology world doesn’t come cheap. Damage can be costly.
Before I get to the 10 reasons why you should insure your iPhone, allow me to run through the risks your iPhone faces in your hands. There are a number of risks facing your iPhone on a day to day basis. Statistics show that 1 out of every 10 iPhone is swiped by thieves, 2 out of every 10 are lost and never seen again, 2 of every 10 drown, 4 in every 10 ends up shattered and 1 in every 10 will break. Yes, you need iPhone insurance.
Here is why your iPhone needs insurance;
1. You can have it replaced in case of theft.
We all know that burglaries are costly. Losing your phone as a result of theft is bad but the thought that you lost your phone with your personal property stored in it is worse. I would recommend taking an insurance policy on your iPhone to combine measures to protect your phone with a backup plan to have it to have it replaced. Let’s face it, the insurance company can’t get you back your original phone, but they can replace it and hopefully, you had saved your staff on a cloud.
2. Your phone will be repaired or replaced in case of accidental damage.
When you insure your iPhone against accidents you avoid the pain of raising funds to replace or repair it once it’s damaged. Taking an accident insurance policy on your iPhone has a briefcase of benefits. Accident insurance covers repair expenses or replaces the entire phone if your phone is damaged as a result of an accident. Most iPhone insurance agencies will go an extra mile to cover even minor screen cracks, to give you peace of mind.
3. Iphone insurers also cover liquid damage.
As I have mentioned above, 2 in every 10 phone drown. Although the latest versions of the iPhone have inbuilt water resistance features, you can never be too careful with your phone. When the phone becomes damaged by water, the insurance agency can choose to repair it or replace it. The choice will depend on the scope of the damage.
4. It makes financial sense.
Your phone is considered an asset. You can pawn it and get a loan against it or you can use it to increase your credit value. You can get yourself a policy that has a cash value, which even in the case of bankruptcy it cannot be touched by your creditors.
5. iPhone insurance is the low-cost way to ensure you remain connected.
When you have your phone insured, you get to enjoy the replacement or repair benefits that are enjoyed in the insurance policy. Though you may have to deal with life without your iPhone for a day or two, you can get your phone back faster than you can raise funds to buy a new piece.
6. You won’t have to worry about warranty.
Your iphone is a man made gadget. It is thereby bound to breakdown sometime in the future. Although iphones come with at least a 12-month warranty, once the warranty is expired you won’t be able to get your phone repaired for free. Getting a breakdown Insurance cover on your phone will benefit you when you need to have your phone repaired or replaced without incurring further expenses since insurance will handle that for you.
7. Child proof.
A number of iPhones get damaged as a result of being handled by children. When your iPhone is insured, you won’t have to worry about your kids breaking them as the insurance company will just replace it as long as you pay premium.
8. It covers E-wallet.
When your Apple pay services are used when you lose your phone, the insurance agency will indemnify you. Indemnity is the principal of insurance, where the insurer pays the insured to get him/her to the state they were in before they risk happened. Your iPhone insurer is also obligated to do the same.
9. You can benefit from bundle options.
Some insurers offer options for those who insurer all their Apple product together.
10. Benefit from online backup services.
Some insurers provide online platforms for their clients to backup their files to avoid losing them completely when your phone is stolen.
What you need to know about the law of using a mobile phone whilst driving.
The laws on using your mobile phone whilst driving recently changed in the UK. It doesn’t matter if you are in a car, van truck or riding a motorbike, the law states that it is illegal unless you have a “hands-free” access. This could be a bluetooth headset, voice command or dashboard holder.
This law applies even if you are stationary at traffic lights, stuck in a traffic jam and even if you are teaching a learner driver as a passenger!
This law has been around since 2003 and changed in 2007 to include 3 points on your driving licence and a fine also. But from the 1st March 2017 the fine increased to £200 fine and 6 points on your licence. You could also be taken to court and even banned from driving.
The fines are even more serious if you are a truck driver or in control of a bus – up to £2,500. Younger drivers, in particular those who have just passed their driving tests in the last 2 years will lose their licences!
According to research, you could be four times more likely to have a crash if you are using a mobile phone whilst driving.
The only time that you are allowed to use your mobile phone is in an emergency to call 999 or 112 and it is impractical to stop or pull over to a safe area.
For those of you who use your phone as a sat-nav also, make sure that programme it before you set off and that it is held in a proper holder and not balanced on your knee. Once you are in motion you should not touch your phone or re-programme it. This rule also goes to satnavs themselves.
The best advice is to switch it off, or put it in silent mode and put it either in your glove box or bag to prevent any distraction at all.