Samsung did not previously have this kind of quality support in the United States, but this is prone to change thanks to the new partnership; it will allow Samsung to provide quick fix service to customers in the United States.
It's worth mentioning that Samsung customers can schedule an appointment at one of the authorized uBreakiFix service locations, or they can simply drop off their device without an appointment.More news: Drake And Streamer Ninja Break Twitch World Record By Playing Fortnite Together
These authorized Samsung Care service locations already exist in every major metro area of the United States, but the company has plans to add more 200 uBreakiFix locations by early 2019, in order to reach out to even more customers than they already do. Samsung is also holding a series of roadshows in popular malls around the country, where Malaysians cannot only experience the new phone for themselves, but also be rewarded for purchasing them at the roadshows. There'll also be other in- and out-of-warranty repairs available.
Currently, uBreakiFix has more than 300 locations, but that's expected to expand by almost 200 more by early 2019. Along with those, the Galaxy Note 5 and Note 8 will also be supported.
While the vast majority of Samsung phone owners will be able to get same day support - within a two hour window or less - certain exclusions, including liquid damage, apply.More news: Google Assistant now talks in Hindi
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