Samsung and Google offer free fixes for smartphones
Samsung and Google offer free fixes for smartphones

With the spread of the Coruna virus widely, smartphones have become an important tool for keeping in touch with friends and family. Samsung and Google have announced a partnership with uBreakiFix to provide frontline workers with free smartphone repairs to protect them from Corona virus.

Samsung announced that Free Repair Frontline will provide medical and other responders with valid credentials and free smartphone repair services on June 30. The service includes routine fixes on smartphones, for example b. Repair faulty screens and replace the battery. All first paramedics can also repair their Samsung smartphones for free at any participating location in uBreakiFix or via email.

Samsung also offers special discounts of up to 30% for first responders and health care workers on purchases from Samsung.com. More information about the program can be found on the company's website.

UBreakiFix also announced via its blog that Google is now offering similar repair procedures to Pixel's first responders, as the program allows any emergency worker with a valid ID to fix the model for free Pixel Phone and the program runs until June 30.

These services are provided only by Samsung and Google in the United States, and we hope to eventually reach other parts of the world.


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