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Samsung announces Free Repairs and Discounts for Frontline Workers in the US


Large corporations and common people are joining hands to fight back the COVID-19 global pandemic. From its side, Samsung has already helped various nations like its home country South Korea and key markets like India. Now, the firm announces a new free repair program for the frontline workers in the US. Additionally, the company is also offering discounts up to 30% on purchase from its online store for them.

Frontline Workers

Samsung has partnered with uBreakiFix to offer free repair to frontline workers such as doctors, nurses, hospital workers, EMTs, police officers, and firefighters. The program is valid till June 30 and eligible individuals with a valid ID can either mail their Samsung smartphones or visit a nearby uBreakiFix outlet.


The free repair is valid once per customer and also covers cracked screen and battery replacement. The only condition to be met is the phone should turn on and must not have water damage. Further, all the first responders and healthcare professionals in the US

can also avail up to 30% discount on the Samsung online store.

According to the press release, Samsung is offering these benefits to frontline workers so they can have access to proper communication devices to remain connected with friends and family in this challenging time.

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