Samsung is catering to its American customers by providing a $50 screen replacement service

Owners of Galaxy smartphones in the US can get the display of their device replaced for $50 from Samsung. Including the District of Columbia, the new program is available everywhere in the United States. As of June 27th, the discounted repair program will end.

The list of compatible Galaxy smartphones may be found in the service’s official documentation. Any Galaxy A, Note 9, or S9, as well as any Galaxy S9 or later, are eligible for the free replacement of their cracked displays. Users are only eligible for the service if they send their broken Samsung gadget to one of the company’s authorized service facilities through the mail. Best Buy and UBreakFix, two of the service’s repair partners, are ineligible to participate.

The screen replacement service is not available for any of the most recent Samsung foldable devices. Also, the Galaxy S20FE and S21FE aren’t compatible with the service. Customers need to sign up for a Samsung account and are limited to a single device per account. The only parts that will be replaced are the screen and the glass that protects it. There is no protection for the phones’ other parts. The frame and screen must also be in good shape, with no dents, deep scratches, or creases.

Samsung will repair devices for eligible owners until supplies run out. Samsung has warned that it may abruptly end the price cut service at any time. The form is available on Samsung’s official US website.

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