Screens are one of the most fragile parts of any smartphones and, really, costs for a repair can be ridiculously expensive. For a limited time only, Samsung is offering Galaxy S and Note owners screen repairs for just $29 as part of its Premium Care program.
Pointed out by Android Police, anyone who purchased their Samsung smartphone with the company’s Premium Care program — a $12 monthly subscription introduced in 2017 and available to new buyers — usually offers screen repairs with a deductible of $99. Subscribers can redeem up to 3 claims per year over the first 3 years they own the device.
Between May 1st and June 1st, the deductible for a screen repair on Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Note devices has been slashed from $99 to just $29. There’s one big catch with that price, though, which is that to redeem it you’ll need to be willing to bring your device to a uBreakiFix location — curbside service is available given the COVID-19 pandemic.
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