Introducing ME.Complete core protection plan

You love your Mac.  When you first open up that box, and touch your new Mac, you think to yourself, “I’m going to take such good care of you”. It’s exciting!  You’ve taken all the precautions needed, you’ve even added the recommended AppleCare. Each morning you sit in front of your Mac with your coffee next to it, but not so close that you might bump into it and spill coffee on your new precious Mac.  But then your idiot roommate, wonderful spouse, or first-born child bumps into your coffee and OOPS!

At MacExperience we recommend AppleCare with every new Mac. It extends your one-year hardware warranty to three years, and you get access to Apple’s technical phone support. While AppleCare covers manufacturer’s defects and hardware issues, it does not cover accidental damage.

That’s why we’re introducing ME.Complete for only $99

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Accidental damages can be expensive. Depending on the model and the amount of damage you may spend $300 - $900+ on a repair.  Liquid damage can be even more devastating, costing you an arm and a leg. Even with AppleCare, accidental damage like drops and liquid spills are not covered.

With ME.Complete, all you pay is a $250 service fee in the case that your Mac breaks as a result of accidental damage. Our Apple Authorized Service Center will get your computer up and running as quickly as possible.

With ME.Complete, your Mac is completely covered and protected. AppleCare will make sure you get free repairs for any hardware issues and ME.Complete covers you in case of accidental damage. ME.Complete also includes a $75 credit towards replacing a consumed battery, ensuring your computer will always be up and running 100%.

A break down of your coverage options

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One last thing to remember

ME.Complete is a great way to keep you covered when __________  happens, but your data on your computer is not covered. What are you doing to save your data in the case of a hard drive failure? It's wise to have a back up, and every Mac includes a program called Time Machine that backs your Mac to an external hard drive.  All you need is an external hard drive or Time Capsule to get going.