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Which of the following is the best alternative plan to purchasing cell phone insurance?
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Buy 2 of the same phone so that you have a backup phone in case the original breaks or needs replacement.

Trust that your auto insurance will cover any damages to your phone.

Never use your cell phone outside of your house so it is less prone to being damaged, lost, or stolen

Put aside money that is equal to the monthly premium in a savings account, in case of phone repairs or replacement.*

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  2. Put aside money that is equal to the monthly premium in a savings account, in case of phone repairs or replacement.

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