We offer comprehensive Samsung Galaxy S10 insurance at great prices, with an experienced in-house customer care team.
- 1 million devices insured
- Authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority
- 5-Star Defaqto Rating
- 30 years’ experience
Please check through both the Policy Excess, and Key Exclusions and Limitations to check for what is not covered by your policy.
We understand that speed is of the essence when you are without your mobile phone or tablet. For that reason, we aim to have a replacement device in your hands within 48 hours of a claim being approved.
Once the claim has been agreed, we will try our hardest to replace your cherished device with the same make, model and colour, and send it to you as quickly as possible. If your device is no longer manufactured, we will provide the nearest comparable model in a speedy and efficient fashion.
Your policy is not a ‘replacement as new’ policy so all mobile phone or tablet replacements may be either brand new or refreshed devices – all devices will also come with a warranty.
The quality of refreshed devices is so high you won’t be able to tell the difference compared to the new devices. Although standards are extremely high, please note that refreshed devices may hold some non-original parts.
There is no minimum period of cover. However, when you purchase annual cover we will contact you approximately two weeks before your renewal date and offer to renew the policy. If you do not tell us that you wish to cancel your policy, we will automatically process your renewal.
Yes, but all mobile phones or tablets must be purchased from a VAT registered UK supplier within the last 36 months (from the policy start date).
No. Non-genuine devices are not covered by our policies. However, we do provide cover for refurbished devices that come with a manufacturer’s warranty or the original proof of purchase (if the device was bought second-hand).
Your excess can be found in your Policy Excess documents.
Unlike other insurance providers, we do not increase our premiums after you make a claim. Therefore, we ask that you pay the compulsory excess so we can keep our prices low for you. In the meantime, you can trust that we will handle your claim promptly and professionally.
To take out a policy for yourself you must be 18 years old or over and a UK resident. If you are under 18 years old, then a consenting family member can take out the policy on your behalf.
The insurance is arranged by Pier Insurance Managed Services Limited and Underwritten by Inter Partner Assistance SA (IPA) which is fully owned by the AXA Partners Group.
We will appear as Pier Insurance on all banking statements.
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The next Samsung flagship smartphone is to set to launch at the end of February, probably at the Mobile World Congress, and should be available to purchase mid-March.
So, what can we expect from one of the biggest, most highly-anticipated mobile phone launches of 2019? Let’s start with the name.
At this point, we’re pretty certain that this particular device will be the next instalment in the Galaxy S line. However, later in the year Samsung could be losing the S prefix and adopting either X, F or Flex, for their foldable phablet offering.
How much will it cost? With the S9 starting £739, we should expect the S10 to cost around £839. Even with this increase, Samsung’s price tags are looking far more appealing than Apple’s, whose latest models teeter around the £1,000 mark.
Rumour has it, there could be a fourth, super pricey, S10 model that marks the 10th anniversary of the Samsung Galaxy series. The Galaxy S10 X is speculated to be available at the end of March and will support 5G. A recent report suggests the phone could cost between £1,110-£1,250. Aside from supporting 5G, we could see features including a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen, a quad-lens camera on the back, super-power battery (5,000 mAh) and an AI-related ‘secret weapon’. Hopefully, we’ll hear more details on the 20th February.
What will it look like? It has been predicted that there will actually be 3 models:
Firstly, a more affordable Galaxy S10 Lite (also tipped as Galaxy S10E), with a 5.8-inch flat display, side-positioned fingerprint scanner, dual rear camera and a single front-facing camera. Estimated RRP: £669
Secondly, a middle of the road Galaxy S10, featuring a bigger 6.1-inch curved infinity display, an in-display fingerprint scanner, a single front-facing camera and triple rear camera. Estimated RRP: £799
Lastly, the Galaxy S10 Plus, which as you would expect is the biggest of the three, with a 6.4-inch bezel-free infinity display, at least 4,000 mAh battery capacity, triple rear camera setup, dual front-facing camera and in-display fingerprint scanning. Estimated starting RRP: £899
All three models are set to be available in white, black, green and blue, with the Lite available in yellow.
How powerful will it be? With a minimum storage of 128GB and a potential maximum of 1TB using a microSD card slot, between 8-12GB of RAM depending on the model and an improved Exynos 9820/Snapdragon 855 chipset, it should be one of the most powerful smartphones of 2019.