Samsung is Offering Free Repairs to Healthcare Workers

Samsung Repairs

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Samsung has come up with a worth-appreciating initiative to facilitate the medical staff, healthcare workers, police officers, firefighters, and other similar professionals that are serving as the first layer of defense against the coronavirus outbreak. The company has announced that it will provide free repair and exchange services to its customers who are serving humanity at the expense of their own health.

These services will be provided in collaboration with uBreakiFix and they will continue till 30 June. This offer also includes the replacement of broken screens and inefficient batteries. “Free Repairs for the Frontline” is the name given to this initiative with the intent of relieving the frontline fighters and recognizing their efforts to curtail the spread of coronavirus. It will not only save them from the difficulty of visiting Samsung stores during the lockdown period but also help them to stay connected with their loved ones.

Additionally, these users can also get a 30 percent discount on all purchases from the Samsung stores. Eligible users can simply avail themselves of this facility by contacting the nearest uBreakiFix and sending their phone to them. Thus, Samsung is helping the first responders in a different yet meaningful way.

In all honesty, it’s quite a generous offer to make by Samsung and their partners. Healthcare workers will most definitely appreciate having their tech devices repaired for free. It’s good to know that someone’s got your back when you’re helping everyone else. During a crisis that we haven’t seen its like before, we have to stand side by side.

If you’re a healthcare worker, we’d like to thank you for your efforts. If you want to read more about the initiative created by Samsung, head to the full article here at 9to5Google. Let us know in the comments below if you’re going to opt in and fix your smartphone. We’d love to see this whole thing in motion!

 

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