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Why you need an extended warranty on your streaming devices

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If one thing’s for sure, it’s that streaming is an integral part of most American households. Data shows that 85% of Americans have at least one streaming subscription, and the industry has only continued to expand. If you’ve decided to make the jump from cable, chances are you’re looking for a high-quality streaming device that make the streaming experience easy, painless, and convenient.

When shopping for your new streaming device, there’s one thing you won’t want to forget: purchasing a product protection plan for your device. Streaming devices aren’t cheap, and since it’s something you will probably use frequently, it’s important to make sure it’s protected in case it gets damaged, malfunctions, or simply stops working.

A product protection plan like MulberryCare provides extensive coverage for an affordable low price. MulberryCare has no hidden fees or fine print–it’s just simple, straightforward, and excellent coverage you can trust so you can stream TV and movies stress-free.

Best streaming devices

Let’s take a look at some of the most popular types of streaming devices and why you should invest in an extended warranty for your purchase.

Nvidia Shield TV

The Nvidia Shield TV is widely considered to be the best streaming device available. Users will enjoy speedy performance, a smooth user experience, and excellent portability if you want to take it on the go.

As a bonus, the Nvidia Shield remote is easy to use and comes with backlit buttons that are motion activated, so you can find it in the dark. It also has a built-in locator for when you lose your remote, which, for most of us, happens more often than we’d like to admit! The Nvidia Shield TV comes in at $149.99.

Amazon Fire TV Cube

If you’re an Alexa fan, you can’t miss out on the Amazon Fire TV Cube. With advanced voice control capabilities, you can control the TV without having to fumble for the remote (you can even change the volume with just your voice!).

If you’re still a cable fan, the Cube offers support for cable boxes, and has super fast Wifi 6E support. You’ll get a smooth, hassle free experience with the Amazon Fire TV Cube for $124.99.

Roku Ultra LT

Roku is a respected name in the streaming world, and for good reason. Roku makes high-quality devices that make the streaming experience user friendly and stress free.

If you’re looking for a streaming device that offers excellent image quality and high resolution, look no further than the Roku Ultra LT. It’s made to produce the best picture quality and makes your streaming experience as smooth as possible, all for only $56.

Why do you need an extended warranty for your streaming device? 

Whether you decide to invest in the Amazon Fire TV Cube, the Nvidia Shield TV, or keep looking for other options, we’ve hardly scratched the surface of the cool features and products available in the streaming world (Check out the Apple TV 3rd generation and the Chromecast TV remote app too!).

While we do our best to avoid accidents, unfortunately, they still happen–especially when it comes to devices that we use frequently. Whether you spill a beverage on your streaming device or your dog chews up your remote, it’s important to be prepared for whatever happens, especially since manufacturer warranties typically don't provide coverage for accidental damage.

Purchasing an extended warranty plan is the only way to ensure your streaming device is fully protected. With MulberryCare, you can get an incredible deal on product protection without the hidden clauses or shady terms and conditions of many other warranty deals.

Shop with Mulberry’s free browser extension to get notifications about product protection plans available to you in real time, and get your first three months of protection absolutely free!

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Justin Smith

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Justin Smith has written about everything from stock market investing to electric vehicles, most recently for SuperMoney, Mulberry and EverLaw. Apart from optimizing the latest blog content and hunting for the perfect keywords, he also enjoys going on long runs.

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