Motorola is offering extended warranty package for Nexus 6. Priced at $129.99, Moto Care protects the Android 5.0 Lollipop phablet from accidental damage for a period of two years.
Users can purchase Moto Care for the Nexus 6 within 30 days of buying the device. Curiously, the offer is valid only for handsets purchased from Motorola’s online store. Those who opted for Google Play or a wireless carrier will be left in the cold.
Moto Care protection includes accidental damage and extended mechanical coverage. Users can file up to three claims for the two-year period. Each claim will require a deductible payment of $39. Customers will receive a like-new device in case theirs meets its creator.
Considering that a 64GB Nexus 6 costs $699 (the figure comes dangerously close to $800 when you apply local sales tax), having Moto Care seems like a good idea. The extended warranty package is available for other members of the Motorola lineup as well.
A phone is broken much more often than a car is crashed, or even a claim is made for house, car, or many other types of insurance. You're not likely to drop your house or car when pulling it out of your pocket when you do so 50(+/-) times a day.
Giant phone. Who need that?
"Considering that a 64GB Nexus 6 costs $699...having Moto Care seems like a good idea." It's a good idea if you're bad a math and don't understand how insurance works. $129 for two years of coverage on a possible $699 loss, works out t...