Thunder Electronic Device Insurance

Thunder Electronic Device Insurance is designed specifically for all gamers to insure their most valuable items; their gaming equipment. Gamers can insure their items on the one policy, with the peace of mind that their products are being insured by Australia’s largest insurer in IAG.

Please see below our table of features and benefits of the Thunder Electronic Device Insurance. Example, “From $50 per year you can select a level of cover that suits your needs, protecting your gaming equipment anywhere in Australia.”

Thunder Insurance will insure the following items:

  • Televisions (up to $2000)

  • Mobile Phones (up to $2000)

  • Gaming Consoles

  • Desktops

  • Laptops

  • Tablets

  • Headsets

  • Monitors

  • Keyboards and more….

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Thunder Electronic Device Insurance is issued by Insurance Australia Limited (IAL) ABN 11 000 016 722 AFS Licence No. 227681. Thunder Insurance Pty Ltd ABN 72 623 186 176 acts as a distributor for Thunder Electronic Device Insurance and receives a commission from IAL for insurance policies issued.

 IAL understands that occasionally issues may arise and you may have a complaint. IAL has a process through which it seeks to resolve them. Details of IAL's complaints handling process is set out in the Complaints Handling Process brochure.

 When making decisions about a product, always read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS). Visit our Online Terms and refer to Privacy & Security for details as to how IAL handle your personal information.

 Please also read the Key Facts Sheet (KFS) which sets out some of the events/risks covered and not covered by our home contents policies and other information you should consider. These sheets do not provide a complete statement of the cover offered, exclusions, conditions and limits that apply under the policies. To help you make an informed choice on insurance visit the Australian Government website: http://www.moneysmart.gov.au