uBreakiFix, Samsung, and Google team up to provide a free repair for Frontline Heroes


As the fight to contain the COVID-19 global pandemic continues, frontline workers put their lives on the line every day to keep us safe. To recognize these heroic efforts Samsung, Google, and uBreakiFix are teaming up to provide a free repair to first responders and frontline workers in the USA*. We hope that this will alleviate any stress that a frontline hero may be facing from dealing with a broken Samsung or Google smartphone.

Eligible frontline heroes include:

  • First Responders
  • Law Enforcement
  • Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs)
  • Firefighters
  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Pharmacists
  • Hospital Staff
  • Nursing Home Staff

Eligible devices include:

  • Galaxy S, Galaxy N, Galaxy J and Galaxy A series devices
  • Google Pixel smartphones regardless of model

Free Samsung and Google smartphone repairs for these frontline heroes will be available now through June 30, 2020. You can schedule an appointment with your local uBreakiFix location for a Samsung repair here , or for a Google repair here .

All qualifying frontline heroes are eligible for one (1) free of charge repair on their Samsung or Google Pixel smartphone only. Customers must be able to show proof of eligibility in the form of a badge or other identification (ID).

*Promotion only available to U.S. customers.

If you are a frontline worker and are interested in starting a repair or to learn more about getting a repair for your favorite frontline worker, click here.


  • Guillermo says:

    How much is it to replace broken screen on iPad 7th gen? Would there be extra charge to come to my place, and can the job be done here at my place? I live in Mission Hills 91345.

    • UBIF Home Office UBIF Home Office says:

      Hi Guillermo,
      We have a fleet of vans offering mobile repairs, where our experts come to you and complete your repair right in their vehicle. To find out if we offer this service in your area and get a free repair estimate for your 7th Gen iPad, head over to https://www.ubreakifix.com/mobile-repair and fill out your info.

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