Motorola and Lenovo to extend warranties

Motorola and Lenovo have announced that they are going to extend warranties on their smartphones for a limited time.

The extension will be available for all smartphones, laptops, desktops, all-in-one, and tablets with warranty expiring during the lockdown period between April 15 and April 30, 2020.

Motorola says all the eligible phones will get a warranty extension of 75 days, which means the warranties will be extended up to May 31, 2020.

Leon Yu – Regional Director, System Business Group, Asus India & South Asia said in a release, “Abiding to the lock-down rules, we have our online support active for consumers even under the current circumstances but have had to temporarily pause service through our onsite service operations and service centres.

We understand these tough situations and we would like to ensure peace of mind, of our customers by extending the warranty support by one month on ASUS and ROG products, whose warranty was expiring during the lockdown period.

The warranty extension makes Motorola join the list of the few phone makers that are trying to help the customer in these tough times.

Last week, OnePlus came up with a new loaner phone programme in which if a broken OnePlus user needs to repair the device, OnePlus will ship a loaner unit in advance to let the customer create backups and transfer the data to the loaner unit for the time being. At the same, OnePlus will get the device picked up. For more info visit here.

Samsung has extended warranty support till May 30, 2020, for all the company products whose warranty is expiring between March 20 and April 30. Realme and Oppo have also extended warranty support amid Covid-19 lockdown

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