Samsung has announced that it will be helping out with those who need it the most. Called “Free Repairs for the Frontline” – this US-only offer provides free smartphone repairs for doctors, nurses, hospital employees, firefighters, EMT, or police officers.
Under this program, you can have your busted device fixed without paying anything. If you have a broken Galaxy smartphone, you can have it fixed at no cost until June 30th. This includes just about any damage, except for liquid damage. It also requires your phone to turn on before they can fix it. The program excludes tablets and wearables.
You just need to provide valid identification and have your phone fixed by a local uBreakiFix location, or you can set up a mail-in repair by calling 1-800-SAMSUNG. Samsung will even cover the shipping costs.
In addition, Samsung is offering a discount of up to 30% on any purchase made via samsung.com.
This offer is valid for first responders and healthcare professionals in the US. For more information, please click here
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