Google, Samsung offer free mobile repairs, first responders – CNET

Google, Samsung offer free mobile repairs, first responders – CNET


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With social distance directives, smartphones are now important tools for maintaining contact with friends and family. As a thank you to the first responders, Samsung and Google have teamed up to provide you with uBreakiFix free smartphone repairs for those at the front. 

Samsung announced last Monday that his the free repair for the Front initiative to offer free smartphone-repair-services to healthcare workers and other first responders with valid ID to June 30. This maintenance includes common smartphone repairs such as fixing cracked screens and battery replacement. All first responders are eligible for a free repair on your Samsung smartphone at participating uBreakiFix location or by E-mail. 

The electronics giant also offers special discounts of up to 30% discount on all purchases at for first responders and medical personnel. More details about the program, visit the Samsung Website. 

uBreakiFix announced Friday in a blog post, Google now offers a similar repair program to help the forces on all the Pixel – model. This program allows any first responders with valid ID receive a free repair on your Pixel mobile phone, regardless of the type of damage at any of the participating uBreakiFix location. This program goes through also. June 30. 

in order To prevent, to help the spread of a coronavirus, uBreakiFix also contact curbside services, mail-in options, and repairs at home, you need to maintain social distance. For more details, to schedule a repair appointment, please visit uBreakiFix Website. 

Released on Wed, 29 Apr 2020 13:34:45 +0000

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