Samsung Care's mission is at least made significantly easier today with the announcement of over 300 sanctioned service locations in the USA providing same-day support, as well as repairs conducted by Samsung "certified pros" within "two hours or less" for "most" issues.
Smartphone accessory maker X-Doria announced a number of new protective cases meant to accommodate the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, Samsung's most premium Android handsets to date. All uBreakiFix technicians are Samsung-certified and "use genuine Samsung parts", and tools for the repairs.
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Both phones get a repairability score of 4 out of 10, with 10 meaning an easy fix. Samsung says "most repairs" will be completed in two hours or less. Samsung says it will cover "more than 300" authorized service locations in the U.S., which are said to reach "the majority of the continental USA population, within a 30-mile radius." uBreakiFix's website says the company runs just under 380 stores across the country.
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Exactly how much out-of-warranty repairs - which includes cracked screens and liquid damage - will cost will depend on the problem itself. uBreakiFix will give estimates before starting the work, however. For the moment, it seems uBreakiFix and Samsung Care will be focusing more on fixing faulty phones than demonstrating value-add features, however.
This is great advertisement from Samsung, since ideal customer support is one of the main reasons iPhone users choose to be loyal to the Apple brand.
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