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Incredible Connection in partnership with Santam is now offering insurance on any notebook, netbook or tablet PC purchased from one of its stores.

Called Incredible Cover, this new insurance offer will provide customers with cover from accidental damage, theft or electronic failure, all of which are concerns when buying a costly new piece of technology. Furthermore this product introduces the concept of insuring customers’ computers as a “Single Asset” as opposed to General All Risk insurance.

Under the policy, if the notebook is stolen or accidentally damaged, customers may contact Santam directly to register their claim for assessment and processing. “These are the benefits of buying equipment insurance through a specialist equipment provider,” explained Dave Miller, chief executive of Incredible Connection. “We understand the technology and the users’ needs, and can tailor solutions to meet these needs.”

Customers can take out six-month or twelve-month affordable cover through the Incredible Connection insurance offering and have peace of mind that whatever happens, they’ll have a working computer for the duration.

“We aim to provide everything our customers need in the IT space, and we know that when investing in a computer, one of the concerns is insuring the item,” said Miller. “Through our arrangement with Santam, we’re going a long way to take the pain out of this process.”

Last month Incredible Connection announced a new partnership with GoNetReady, offering fully customisable, web-ready websites to customers for a fraction of the price of creating one from scratch.

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