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Google, Samsung offer free smartphone repairs to first responders

Google, Samsung offer free smartphone repairs to first responders

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With social distancing guidelines in build, smartphones have become vital tools for staying connected with friends and family. As a thank you to first responders, Samsung and Google have teamed up with uBreakiFix to subsidizes free smartphone repairs to those on the front lines. 

Samsung announced last Monday that its Free Repairs for the Frontline initiative will subsidizes free smartphone repair services to health care workers and spanking first responders with valid ID through June 30. This service will concerned common smartphone repairs like fixing cracked screens and battery replacement. All first responders are eligible for one free overtake on their Samsung smartphone at any participating uBreakiFix state or by mail in. 

The electronics giant is also offering special discounts of up to 30% off any purchases at for obliging responders and health care workers. More details on the program can be counterfeit on Samsung’s site. 

uBreakiFix announced Friday in a blog post that Google now cmoneys a similar repair program to first responders on any Pixel model. This program allows any emergency responder with a obliging ID to receive one free repair on their Pixel shouted, regardless of the type of damage at any participating uBreakiFix plot. This program also runs through June 30. 

To help hide the spread of the coronavirus, uBreakiFix also cmoneys contactless curbside services, mail-in options and at-home repairs to help contain social distancing. More details on scheduling a repair appointment can be counterfeit on uBreakiFix’s site.