Two new companies are joining the list of those who have decided to make a move to help them cope during this health crisis that is COVID-19. Indeed, Samsung and Google have just announced that until June 30 , repairs on their respective devices would be free for healthcare professionals in the United States, thanks to a partnership with uBreakiFix.
In addition, Samsung offers a 30% reduction on smartphones purchased on its Samsung.com site by these same professionals, even if no deadline has been communicated for this offer.
The company wanted to comment on its decision regarding its program, Free Repairs for The Frontline: “We will provide a free repair service for Samsung smartphones, broken screens and battery changes included, for all healthcare professionals until June 30.
“Similarly, at Google, it will be enough to show his badge in an uBreakiFix establishment to benefit from the offer, and this” regardless of the model of the device and the type of damage. As for uBreakiFix, new hygiene and social distancing measures have been put in place to ensure that everything goes well, such as home repair.
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