When you purchase a Motorola cellular phone, it comes with the standard Motorola cell phone warranty which protects you from defects in the original materials or workmanship. Some forget the Motorola cell phone warranty is not intended to protect you from theft, loss, water damage, or daily wear and tear.
That kind of protection is available through cell phone insurance from your cellular network provider for a monthly charge. If you have a legitimate warranty problem, you will need to provide proof of purchase, including the date of purchase of your Motorola E815 cell phone, Motorola L7 cell phone, or other model. Keep the sales receipt and this will be no problem.
Remember that water damage, external damage to the phone's housing, or replacing the face plate or other original parts of the Motorola cellular phone could render your warranty void.
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|Sheri Ann Richerson|