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I want to get me a replacement phone with my asurrion issurance plan that i have thru tmobile

Galaxy S tmobile phone want to pay my deductible for a new one

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How do I unlock my tmobile Samsung galaxy s5


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What does "deductible" mean?


Deductible is the amount that the insured must pay out-of-pocket before
the health insurer pays its share. For example, policy-holders might have to
pay a $500 deductible per year, before any of their health care is covered by
the health insurer. It may take several doctor's visits or prescription refills
before the insured person reaches the deductible and the insurance company
starts to pay for care. Furthermore, most policies do not apply co-pays for
doctor's visits or prescriptions against your deductible.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_insurance

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I need help to unlock my phone


get on craigslist and find whatever state and the closest city to you. then click on the cell phone tab and scrole through the posts, there are alot of people out there that you can pay 10 to 20 dollars for them to get the unlock code for your model phone or any other phone at that. i have tmobile service but my current phone is a samsung galaxy s3 from verizon! i found a person on craigslist paid him 20 bucks through pay pal and he emailed me my unlock code within 5 minutes so it would accept my tmobile sim card!

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Hey i cracked my samsung galaxy s scrren and was wondereing can samsung do anything or not??


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The LCD Display and Touch screen are $54.99 on eBay. You can replace it yourself.
Click here: http://cgi.ebay.com/US-Samsung-i9000-Galaxy-S-LCD-Display-Touch-Screen-/280598874670?pt=PDA_Accessories&hash=item4154ff0a2e

I'm sure there are numerous video's on You Tube on how to replace the screen on your phone.

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Question and annswer about insurence


1. What kinds of health insurance plans are there?
There are two basic types of health insurance plans - indemnity plans and managed health care plans. Indemnity plans let you choose your own physician, while managed health care plans - HMOs, PPOs, and POSs - assign you to a network of physicians and hospitals. Managed health care plans are less flexible, but much cheaper than indemnity plans.
2. What's an HMO?
With an HMO you pay a monthly premium for which you are assigned to a network of physicians, specialists, and hospitals who provide your medical care. A primary care physician oversees your care and you can only see physicians within your network. Prescriptions may completely covered or partially covered and generally require a co-payment of $5 to $10. This is the cheapest type of health insurance.
3. What's a PPO?
A PPO is similar to an HMO, but it allows you to visit non-network physicians without a referral from your primary care physician. You may have to pay for the non-network physicians fee, then get partial reimbursement from your PPO provider. Co-payments are generally $5 to $10, and this plan costs a little more than an HMO.
4. What's a POS?
A POS plan is a combination of an HMO and a POS plan. You choose a primary care physician within your network, but you can also see physicians outside the network. If your primary care physician refers you to an outside physician your POS provider picks up the costs. This is the most flexible and the most costly of the three managed health care plans.
5. What is a deductible?
A deductible is the amount you pay toward a claim before the insurance company pays.
6. What's coinsurance?
Coinsurance is the percentage of your medical expenses you have to pay after you pay your deductible.
7. What is a co-payment?
A co-payment is the amount you must pay when you visit a physician.
8. How do I choose a health insurance plan?
Ideally, you want to choose a plan that will give you the most amount of benefits for the least amount of money. If you want to continue seeing your current physician, find out what plans he or she is associated with. And if you have special medical needs, make sure the plan you choose will provide for those needs.
Other things to consider when choosing a health insurance plan are:
* What are the co-payments, deductibles, and coinsurances?
* Does the plan cover pre-existing conditions?
* What is the waiting period for pre-existing conditions?
* Will the insurance company give me good service?
9. Where can I get cheap health insurance?
Insurance premiums vary substantially from one company to another, so you want to get quotes from several companies in order to get the best price.
The quickest way to get quotes from different companies is to go to an insurance comparison website. Once there you'll fill out a short questionnaire, then receive your quotes. The best comparison sites only deal with A-rated insurance companies so you know you'll be getting a reputable company. They also have an insurance expert on call to answer your questions. (See link below.)
10. How do I know I'm getting a reliable health insurance company?
One of the best places to check out an insurance company is your state's department of insurance website. You can also visit J.D. Power & Associate's website (jdpower.com) to get consumer ratings on insurance companies, and A.M. Best's website (ambest.com) to get financial ratings.

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To Whom It May Concern,
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My razor phone got a black dot on screen.


you damaged the screen, ther is no fix for this im sorry hopfully you had an issurance plan so you can get a fre replacment

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why would you want to use any other service anyway? tmobile is cheaper and offer better customer service.

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