my kindle fire has been replaced and I was advised to purchase the "extended warranty" to cover it for the next two years~is this the right policy?
asked by D. Ball on November 10, 2012
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Yes it covers every thingi just went through the process and it is quiet easy
bigboy answered on November 16, 2012

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My answer would depend on what your warranty is on the replaced unit. My only problem (?) with the "extended " warranty was that it takes effect when purchased. New units have a one year warranty so what you are buying is actually only an extra year, not two years. Of course the square trade warranty also includes accidential coverage so that must be considered. If I had it to do again I would look at the option and availability of purchasing the SQ warranty after about eleven months from purchase of the unit.
Harlon Pickett answered on November 10, 2012

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Fortunately I have not had to use the wARRANTY, BUT IT APPEArs to be a good precaution,
Gene Anderson answered on November 10, 2012

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I purchased on because the first Kindle I purchased only lasted 13 months.
singwithmeagain answered on November 11, 2012

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I think that extended warranty is always the best way to go. You never know when/if you could drop it or lose it, there is so much that could happen, that the warranty would replace.
RubyRed answered on November 11, 2012

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After the original warenty
bigboy answered on November 20, 2012

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Who / how do u contact them.?
Tina answered on January 12, 2014
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