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Verizon offering same-day cracked screen repair for these Samsung smartphones

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Last updated: February 10th, 2017 at 11:37 UTC+01:00

The largest mobile network in the United States – Verizon – has announced a new incentive for customers who are on its Total Mobile Protection plan. It’s offering same-day cracked screen repair for several handsets to customers and better yet, it’s going to send a technician at their home so that they can get it done from the comfort of their own surroundings.

Verizon charges $11 per month for one smartphone on its Total Mobile Protection plan and offers same-day cracked screen repair service with a $79 deductible. It does point out that while customers can get this repair done at more than 220 repair locations across the country, it will only dispatch technicians for this job in select states which are listed on its website.

Samsung devices that are covered under this incentive for Total Mobile Protection customers include the Galaxy S5, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7 as well as the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note 5. Covered cities include San Francisco, New York City, Boston, Seattle and more. Hit the source link below to check out the full list of covered cities.

Source Phone Galaxy Note 4Galaxy Note 5Galaxy S5Galaxy S6Galaxy S7Verizon
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