Types of Plans

Warrantech takes a hands-on approach by evaluating your business and making recommendations that match your company goals. Repair, replacement or accidental damage from handling – which is the right plan for you?

Replacement Plans

These plans cover the replacement of lower-priced new products and become active after the expiration of the manufacturers' warranty. The replacement will cover the product for equal or greater value and can be fulfilled by a physical replacement, gift certificate, voucher or co-payable check. Replacement plans are best suited for purchases such as cell phones, digital cameras and lower-cost consumer electronics.

Repair Plans

Repair plans become active after the expiration of the manufacturer’s warranty, but generally cover repairs throughout the duration of the contract. LCD televisions and laptops that depend on advanced technology often require pricey repairs, making them the perfect fit for repair plans. On-site repair plans are also available for products that are not easily portable, allowing the customer to have the product serviced without hassle.

Accidental Damage from Handling (ADH) Plans

ADH plans operate in conjunction with the manufacturer’s warranty starting on the date of purchase (DOP) and cover areas not qualified by the OEM. Products used on a daily basis such as MP3 players, PDAs and laptops are excellent choices for ADH coverage. Unlike standard repair plans, ADH plans cover replacement or repair of products that have accidentally been damaged from typical everyday use.