Best answer by terrywebbs
You might need to ask the insurance company for more clarification on what they need and in what format they need it, and most importantly how long do you have to get it?
A proof of usage document is NOT a proof of purchase document.
Your insurance company may require this document to see that your phone has been in use since you took out the policy with them. This document must include the following details:
- Mobile Provider Letter head/ logo
- Your name and address
- Your make and model of phone
- Your IMEI number
- The first and last date your IMEI was used on their network
Insurance companies will not accept a forwarded email of the above details.
So you will need a pdf document or a hard paper copy.
I suggest you get in touch with chat and ask for:
a Subject Access Request of all IMEI numbers used on your sim/Account
The Data Protection Act covers you for such a request
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