If you own an iPhone 3GS, getting an insurance for it might be a very good idea. All of us have very busy lives nowadays and we often forget things. These things are keys, phones and money usually. In fact, phones are getting lost so often that some companies have started insuring them for those who want it. However, there are some things you can do to make sure that you won't need an iPhone 3GS insurance any time soon.
The Apple iPhone is pretty big, be it the later models or the newest ones. Their size and shape are pretty much their undoing. I too owned two models of the iPhone, the first one and this one, the 3GS. When I got the original iPhone, I had a hard time adjusting to it as I had a way smaller phone before it. I also started noticing how difficult it was to use it when walking and the sorts. I got the iPhone 3GS after I dropped my first one on the ground. That is why I came up with some tips on how to handle your iPhone so that you won't need to resort to an iPhone 3GS insurance.
1. As I was saying, I dropped my first phone because I was texting while walking. You can manage it if you use both hands, but even then. If you trip on something you will most like drop it. Getting a cover for it works because it won't be so slippery and it will also help if you do drop your phone. But it is best to just not text as you walk.
2. Since the iPhone is so big, it can easily be stolen from a pocket. I mostly wear jeans so it barely fits in the pockets. If you don't use a cover, it can slide right out of there without you feeling anything. If you do use a cover which will prevent it from sliding from your pocket, you will have trouble getting it out all the time. So try and put your iPhone 3GS in front pockets all the time or in pockets that close.
3. Don't leave your phone on the tables when going out at night. Since the screen is so shiny, it can camouflage on the table very easily in dark places and you will leave without it. It happened to me many times because I just didn't see it on the table when I took a quick look. Keep it in your pocket and have it vibrate if you want to know when you are being contacted.
These are just the things that I had to learn to be careful with. There are also other "dangers" out there so it is best to take precautions. After I got my iPhone 3GS, I kept feeling uneasy. I feared that if I dropped this phone too, I couldn't afford to replace it. I eventually gave in and just got an iPhone 3GS insurance. I am pretty sure that I won't need it if I am careful though.
The great things about these insurances is that you can pick from a large variety of companies and also get all sorts of bonuses. Just don't waste time looking for the best deal on foot. You can find the best prices faster if you check online,