ChipInsurers are scrambling to get ready for the arrival of chip-enabled smartphones, as they try to figure out how to keep their insurance coverage while they’re using them.
Here’s how they’re trying to do it.
ChipInsurance CEO Jeffery Smith says the chip-backed phones are different from the current insurance model because the chips are built in.
Smith told me this means they can’t be sold to companies that don’t have chipmakers to build their chips.
Instead, they’re sold to those that do have them, so they can be sold directly to customers.
This means, for example, that if a company has a chip that’s cheaper to build, they’ll be able to buy the chip from a company like Apple that has the chipmaker to build it.
If you’ve got an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, it’ll cost you $299 or $400 per year, Smith said.
But if you’re an insurance company and you’re going to get a chip, that’s a big deal.
“When we got the iPhone, we went to the market and said, ‘We’re not selling this, we’re selling it to you as a premium,’ and they said, [we’re selling] this chip to you for $599,'” Smith said, referencing Apple.
“And we said, we’ll go down to the chipmakers, we have to pay for the chip.”
When you purchase a chip-based policy, you pay a flat rate, regardless of the chip’s cost.
That means the chip will be covered if your phone has an unmodified chip, but it won’t be covered for chips that have been modified.
That’s because the chip doesn’t have the exact same physical properties as the original chip.
For example, a chip made of aluminum has a lower thermal resistance and can withstand longer periods of inactivity.
The chip’s price will be a reflection of the quality of the new chip, rather than the original.
Chip-based insurance also means that the insurance company doesn’t need to go out and spend millions of dollars in marketing to get their product into consumers’ hands.
But that still doesn’t mean that it won: If you don’t need the premium, you can buy a chip for a much cheaper price, and if you do need the Premium, you’ll still pay that premium.
For most people, it’s going to cost $400 or less per year.
And if you have a chip on your phone that’s up to 20% cheaper than the price you’d pay for a comparable chip-covered policy, that means you could end up paying less than $400 for a chip.
If the chip company doesn�t have a price, they can charge you as little as $15 per year to get the chip.
Smith says that’s because it�s not a chip manufacturer�s fault that chip makers aren�t going to be making chip-related chips, but that it will be cheaper to buy a premium chip for your smartphone than for a ChipInsurer chip.
If that sounds like you, you might want to reconsider if you want to buy chip-only insurance.