GADGET TRAVEL INSURANCE FROM NOW
The additional gadget cover available on all NOW Travel Insurance Services policies covers you for the unexpected when travelling with your gadgets abroad. Covering you for the loss, theft or damage of your handheld consumer electronic device throughout the duration of your policy.
Our additional gadget cover includes:
- Cover for the loss of your gadget up to £750
- Cover for the theft of your gadget up to £1,000
- Cover for the accidental damage to your gadget during your trip £500
- Cover for the malicious damage to your gadget during your trip £250
- Cover for the cost of unauthorised calls and/or usage of data during your trip up to £250
NOW Travel Insurance is affordable and flexible, buy online today to immediately be covered for cancellation.
Why cover your gadgets with our travel insurance gadget extension?
Including gadget cover to your travel insurance policy will give you added peace of mind, meaning you can focus on the task in hand, be it a taking a group selfie, listening to your favourite track on the beach or relaxing with an e-reader by the pool.
Could you save money by buying an annual policy?
If you are planning a number of trips over the next 12 months, an annual multi-trip policy could save you time and money, enabling unlimited travel during a 12 month period.
Having an annual policy will give you added peace of mind and flexibility knowing you are covered whenever you wish to travel. Annual travel insurance
Additional cover available
As well as all the standard travel insurance cover, we also offer the option to add cover for the following activities and trip types:
Please note that a NOW Travel Insurance Services policy does not provide cover for any trips to or through Afghanistan, Iran, Liberia, North Korea, Sudan or Syria. Also, no cover is provided for claims arising as a direct result of the situation highlighted by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office where You have travelled to a specific country or to an area where, prior to Your Trip commencing, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office have advised against all (but essential) travel.
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