The UK’s Phone, Tablet & Laptop Insurance Experts

Do you need an insurance policy for your IT device that will cover you wherever you are in the world? If so, MendIT can provide you with a no-excess insurance policy that will meet your needs.

Key Features

  • Travel with confidence thanks to worldwide cover
  • No excess
  • Cover up to four years
  • Cover against theft
  • Easy claims process
  • Repairs made by accredited engineers

Worldwide Cover

Thanks to the backing of a household insurer, MendIT can offer you comprehensive levels of insurance for your device. We are phone, tablet & laptop insurance experts and our policies include both worldwide cover and a no excess policy on all products, giving you real peace of mind.

We currently offer 2 types of insurance policy: Accidental Damage and Accidental Damage + Theft. Both policies are designed to protect your laptop, mobile phone and tablet against everyday mishaps. MendIT’s insurance products will protect your devices from physical, liquid, fire or flood damage, and in some cases, theft.

Our claims process is easy and our fully trained and accredited service engineers will have your device repaired and returned to you within a short period of time. If the device is too badly damaged, we will provide you with a replacement of a similar specification.


Insurance Cover Options

Accidental Damage Insurance

  • Liquid spills
  • Immersion in liquids
  • Physical damage
  • Flood damage
  • Fire damage

Accidental Damage + Theft Insurance

  • Immersion
  • Liquid spills
  • Physical damage
  • Flood damage
  • Loss through theft

What is Accidental Damage?

Accidental Damage can be defined as dropping your IT device on to a hard surface, such as a floor made of wood or concrete, resulting in a cracked/smashed screen or case. Liquid damage can be described as damage caused by either a drinks spillage or caught in the rain.


If you have any questions concerning our insurances, contact us

01282 418 864

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