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Sprint will repair your Galaxy screen for $49 even if you’re not a customer

US carrier Sprint is running a great offer for Galaxy smartphone owners, allowing them to repair the broken screen of their Galaxy handset for the very low price of $49. What’s better is that you don’t have to be a Sprint customer to take advantage of this offer. You can be another carrier’s customer and still be eligible for a screen replacement from Sprint.

The carrier’s offer applies to a number of Galaxy smartphones but doesn’t include the latest flagships. It covers the Galaxy S7, the Galaxy S8 and S9 series, and the Galaxy Note 8. And even if your phone is not eligible for repair, Sprint might be able to take it off your hands in exchange for $150 credit towards the purchase of a new device.

Now, certain terms and conditions do apply. To begin with, the offer stands while supplies last, so perhaps Sprint has an inventory of older Galaxy flagship screens and this is its way to put them to good use. Likewise, the offer lasts until February 9, it’s limited to 1 Galaxy screen repair per customer, and Sprint reserves the right to reject phones for repair.

Eligible Galaxy smartphone owners who can visit a Sprint store should try and take advantage of this great deal, especially considering the prices commanded by Samsung’s Repair Centers. A front screen replacement for these flagships would normally set you back anywhere between $219 and $239, so the carrier’s $49 asking price is very attractive indeed.

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ericreed5280
ericreed5280

Stopped by the Sprint store last night with my Note8 that I broke the screen on a year ago. No pressure, just took my phone and fixed it in about an hour. Only thing they asked was who my carrier was currently, told them T-Mobile and we talked for a few minutes about the merger. Other than that, it was just a straight forward repair job. Phone looks as good as new.

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mateszkusz1997

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Requa
Requa

I took Sprint up on this offer last night with my wife’s Galaxy S8. After inspecting the phone and making sure it was working and connected, they replaced the chipped screen and cleaned out the top speaker (which had been clogged and not working well). The total bill was $49.00. We are not Sprint customers. The employee we dealt with did ask us about signing up for their service, but did not press the issue and did not try to persuade us once we explained we were only paying $12 per month for two line on XM as we use… Read more »

gregorius1993
gregorius1993

i work for sprint in the repair center and one main thing that a lot of the promo material misses is that the back of the device cannot be damaged in any way

Gunter2
Gunter2

So, here’s how it will go. Man walks into Sprint. “I want to fix my S9 screen for $49. Sprint. “Of course sir, but would you like to see our data plans with a new S10 and credit against this broken old S9?. Man. That’s good but I I’m already on a plan with T-Mobile. Sprint. That’s not a problem, we can transfer your line today AND you’ll walk out of here with a brand new phone! Lol.

keepitsimple1
keepitsimple1

I am a sprint customer and for years and thats the tactics they will pull. Been there, done that. Even when I had a defective note 10 plus they rather sell me a tablet for 10 USD instead of paying attention to my issue. Keep in mind no one knows the condition of the replacement screen. The term older stands out and be careful of any hidden charges that may be added. Good article but I know Sprint.

Landon A
Landon A

NICE! Gonna see if they can repair my little brother’s S9!