In a Tough situation like covid-19 pandemic and 21 days of lockdown in India, The Indian Smartphone makers Huawei, Realme and Oppo have taken some supportive steps for their customers and have announced that they will provide extended replacement and extending warranty support for their customers amid this tough Covid-19 pandemic. The service will be provided only to those customers whose warranty was due to expire during the lockdown period.
Realme in a statement announced that it has extended warranty till May 31 2020 for those customers whose warranty expires between March 20 and April 30 2020. The comapny has also extended replacement period to 30 days for those customers who purchased Realme devices between March 15 and April 30.
Among all these Huawei has offered the longest extended warranty period for its customers. According to the company customers whose Warranties are expiring in between March 21 to June 21 will be extended till June 31 for all its smartphones, including Honor phones, MateBooks, and its smart gear and other official accessories.
“Honor on Thursday announced that it is extending the warranty period till June 30, 2020, for all Honor phones, wearables, headsets and accessories whose warranties expire between March 21 and June 21, 2020,” Honor said in a statement.
For Oppo customers who purchased the device via official online retailer or offline store and the warranty is expiring after March 23 will be extended indefinitely, until such date that Oppo will later announce.
“Oppo customers can avail the offer warranty extension for products purchased from authorized offline and online platforms whose validity expires post 23rd March 2020 till further notice. This initiative is to ensure the well-being of general public,” Oppo said in its statement.