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Parents urged to ensure technology devices are covered by insurance

9 February, 2022 | 
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Originally published: IAG, 01 February 2022

As parents prepare for the return to school, only 35% have updated their insurance to ensure new technology items are protected.

More than three quarters of Australian parents purchased new technology devices for their children’s education last year and the majority (78 per cent) spent between $500 and $2,000 on these items. Yet almost 2 in 3 parents did not update their home contents insurance to ensure these new items were protected.

NRMA Insurance is reminding parents buying new technology ahead of the return to school to contact their insurer, making sure these devices are covered by their insurance policy for damage or theft.

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