What is the difference between the warranty 'complete cover' and 'basic' of Dell

@1anurag1 (3580)
May 22, 2011 10:08am CST
Yes i am talking about the warranty of the Dell laptops. They provide good warranty as far as i know. I am having a Dell Laptop and that is out of warranty now. and The company has offered me two kind of warranties. One was 'Complete Cover' and other was 'Basic Warranty'. Can you tell me what is their mean by both of them. I am confused whether i should opt them or not.
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@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
24 May 11
Typically, basic warranties will only cover the laptop from manufacturers problems. So, for example, it would cover the motherboard if it would go out from something that wasn't user generated. The complete coverage would cover mistakes that the user makes as well. For instance, it would cover repairing your laptop if you were to spill something on it. This would be the better warranty to have overall, but it isn't always something that is easy to get.
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@1anurag1 (3580)
• India
24 May 11
Thanks for your precious response. Your response is useful for me.