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- Does O2 do mobile phone insurance?
Yes, we do. Our insurance cover is called O2 Insure, and we have plenty of different insurance policy options for everyone. You can take a look at what insurance we offer right here.
- How do I purchase O2 mobile phone insurance?
You can add phone insurance once you’ve chosen your tariff before you complete your order. Or ask in-store, or contact us.
- What you need to know
Once you buy or upgrade to a new mobile, you've got 28 days to get O2 insurance. You must be with O2 and over 18 to get one of our insurance policies.
- Where can I buy the cheapest phone insurance?
O2 offers a wide range of insurance policies at many different prices. So, we're always ready to find the right package for you. You can find more about our insurance policies here.
- How do I submit an insurance claim with O2?
Call O2 customer services on 202 free from your O2 mobile, or 03448090202 (UK Standard Rate). You may be asked to fill out a claim form.
- How do I cancel O2 phone insurance?
Unless the policy is free, you can cancel it within 14 days of receiving your policy documents, and you won’t be charged as long as you haven’t claimed. After this period, you can cancel the policy by giving 30 days’ notice. You may have to pay a premium for the time you were covered by the insurance. Please refer to the full terms, conditions and exclusions of your O2 insurance policy.
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- Our insurers
O2 insure is underwritten by Telefónica Insurance UK Branch, 120 New Cavendish Street, London, W1W 6XX, registered in UK No.FC029774, whose main business is general insurance. Telefónica Insurance UK Branch is authorised and regulated by Dirección General de Seguros y Fondos de Pensiones in Spain and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for the conduct of UK business and limited regulation by the Prudential Regulation Authority.