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With social distancing guidelines in place, smartphones have become vital tools for staying connected with friends and family. As a thank you to first responders, Samsung and Google have teamed up with uBreakiFix to offer free smartphone repairs to those on the front lines.
Samsung and Google are offering free phone repairs to health care workers and first responders to help support those frontline workers in the fight against COVID-19 (via 9to5Google). The two companies are offering the repairs in partnership with phone repair company uBreakiFix.
If you smashed your Pixel or Galaxy smartphone jumping out of your ambulance or running to your nurse’s station, Samsung and Google want you to know they’ve got your back. On Friday, both Samsung and Google began offering free phone repairs to healthcare workers and first responders. The two companies have formed a partnership with repair service uBreakiFix, to fix the broken phones of those handling the coronavirus crisis.
While the best thing most of us can do to combat the coronavirus is stay home, play some video games, and thank everyone who is doing their part, companies around the world are finding ways to support the efforts. Today, uBreakiFix has announced a partnership with Google to offer free repairs to Pixel phones for healthcare workers and other folks who are directly fighting COVID-19.
uBreakiFix has teamed up with Google to offer free Pixel smartphone repairs for first responders and healthcare heroes in the United States, including law enforcement, police officers, emergency medical technicians (EMTs), firefighters, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and nursing home and hospital staff.
Samsung is launching a new initiative aimed at supporting the first responders and healthcare workers fighting the current pandemic in the frontlines. Called Free Repairs for the Frontline, the program offers one free smartphone repair to doctors, nurses, hospital workers, EMTs, police officers, and firefighters. The offer is valid through June 30, and the phone itself will be serviced by uBreakiFix.