Samsung Has a Plan to Get Official Same-Day Repairs for its Galaxy S9 and Other Devices


Samsung makes one of the best Android handsets there out there but more important than selling smartphones is a way to provide customers on how to get them repaired immediately should something unfortunate happen to them.

Currently, Apple provides stellar after-sales services to its loyal customers and Samsung wants to ensure that its loyal phalanx of Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and other device owners can get the same treatment.

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To make this possible, the company has partnered with uBreakiFix so that you are able to get the best possible repair services should anything happen to your smartphone.

Samsung Is Partnering With More Than 300 uBreakiFix Outlets in the U.S. to Provide Parts and Tools to Service Its Smartphones

With 300 uBreakiFix stores around the U.S., Samsung is dead set on making sure that your device is repaired and sent to you that very day so that you do not have to go through the trouble of bringing in a new device to set up. If you’re not aware, uBreakiFix has also partnered with Google to repair Pixel devices, with is another step in the right direction.

The fortunate thing about this repair program is that devices dating back to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S5 can get repaired. Technicians will provide front and back screen replacements, battery replacements, port and camera repairs, and other in and out-of-warranty support services. Most of these repairs can take less than two hours to complete and to give customers access to the nearest repair depot, around 200 additional stores are expected to be opened by 2019.

Samsung is certainly trying to maintain the same pace at which Apple provides its after-sales service but the California-based giant is far ahead of other companies in terms of phone maintenance and service availability.

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