- Provides replacement of your Kindle Keyboard 3G for any device failures under ordinary use. Adds accidental coverage so your Kindle is covered for mishaps like drops or spills.
- The plan provides coverage against accidental damage under ordinary consumer use for two years from the date of original retail purchase.
- Includes free shipping both ways, for your damaged and replacement Kindle (shipping within the U.S. only).
- Customer service and claim support available 6 am to 10 pm PT, 365 days a year -- call (877) 441-3836 for warranty claims.
- The 2-Year Extended Warranty is available for any Kindle Keyboard 3G shipped within the past 30 days. Only available to U.S. customers.
2-Year Extended Warranty for Kindle Keyboard 3G, U.S. customers only
2-Year Extended Warranty for Kindle Keyboard 3G, U.S. customers only Reviews
1,475 of 1,496 people found the following review helpful:
plz read the fine print,
This review is from: 2-Year Extended Warranty for Kindle Keyboard 3G, U.S. customers only (Accessory)
amazon's service net EW policy DOES NOT necessarily mail someone a new kindle before asking for the damaged one back. everyone really does need to read all that fine print on these contracts. for example: service net specifically says, 'We will replace the original purchased Product specified on your Amazon.com order with a new or REFURBISHED [my emphasis] unit, provided such replacement is authorized and necessitated by Product operational or mecanical failure during normal usage...You must obtain authorization prior to the receipt of a replacement Product by calling 1-877-441-3836...You will be REQUIRED to provide a credit card to secure the return of Your failed Product. If you do not return the failed Product within a reasonable time period (which will be communicated to you at the time of your claim, your credit card will be charged for the replacement unit. Once authorization is obtained, YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO RETURN THE PRODUCT USING A PREPAID SHIPPING LABEL... Read more
513 of 519 people found the following review helpful:
Just say NO!,
This review is from: 2-Year Extended Warranty for Kindle Keyboard 3G, U.S. customers only (Accessory)In this writers humble opinion, and that of nationally recognized and syndicated consumer advocate Clarke Howard-- as well as Consumers Report-- this is a bad deal for you and totally unnecessary. First of all, IT IS NOT a complete 2 year extended warranty. Read the text carefully. They clearly say in print that it is only in effect AFTER your normal 1 year warranty that comes with the product. So, it is actually only a 1 year extended warranty for a mfg. defective product for $49 dollars. NOT a good deal on a quality product.
Now, with that said, if you are a person who breaks everything you lay your hands on and are prone to dropping things out of your hands ( you admit you are a clumsy person!) then this might be a good thing for you. For most of us however, this is too expensive to make it a good deal. If they offered it at $19.95, it might be something to consider. Maybe.
Consumer advocates say to carefully limit your extended warranty purchases to big-ticket items... Read more
1,095 of 1,142 people found the following review helpful:
To buy or not to buy (an extended warranty), that is the question!,
This review is from: 2-Year Extended Warranty for Kindle Keyboard 3G, U.S. customers only (Accessory)Bought a Gen2 Kindle for my wife (she loves it) WITH an extended warranty ("EW"), on which I based my rating, but to be completely accurate, its true rating won't be known unless and until I ever have to make a claim. I have on order a Gen3 for my daughter and am debating (with myself) whether to order an EW for her Kindle. My general feeling about insurance (I know, I know, an EW isn't insurance, but I think the decision making factors are the same for both) is that one ought to insure only those risks one can't afford to assume. In other words, if you happen to be Bill Gates you don't have to insure your $20+ million house because if it burns down you can afford to replace it. Insurance is always a bad deal because (1) the premium is based on risk of loss, which the insurance company knows very precisely; (2) the premium includes its cost of doing business; and (3) the premium includes its profit. Therefore, the premium cost is greater than the risk of loss and you should not buy... Read more
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