Got a cracked Samsung Galaxy screen? Sprint will fix it for $49 irrespective of your carrier
For people like me, who are blessed with buttery hands, damaged/broken phone screens are pretty common. And screen repair or replacement, as you may agree, isn’t even that low-priced. It varies depending on the device one owns. the newer the phone is, the more one has to pay.
But Sprint is offering a limited-time program wherein the cracked screen of select Samsung Galaxy phones will be repaired for $49, that too irrespective of the carrier the phone embraces. Yes, you heard it. Coming to which Samsung phones are eligible for this program, the list includes:
- Samsung Galaxy S7
- Samsung Galaxy S8
- Samsung Galaxy S8+
- Samsung Galaxy S9
- Samsung Galaxy S9+
- Samsung Galaxy Note8
Nice deal, right? But that’s not all. The US carrier has also got in store something for the devices that aren’t eligible for this program.
Sprint will offer you $150 toward a newer device if your phone has a broken screen, but isn’t eligible for the $49 repair program. Meaning, you can get yourself a new Galaxy S10/Note 10, in exchange for your older-but-working Samsung Galaxy phone with a broken display.
Phone not eligible for repair? We’ll take qualifying devices off your hands and give you $150 towards a brand-new device!
But there’s a catch. The devices eligible for this $150 buyback are iPhone 6s and higher configurations and Galaxy S5 and higher configurations. Here’s how Sprint puts this.
Reqs. eligible phone in good working condition. Devices eligible for $150 buyback: iPhone 6s and higher
configurations and Galaxy S5 and higher configurations. Restrictions apply.
So those of you who’ve got cracked/damaged Galaxy phone screens, it’s the right time to hit your nearest Sprit store and make the most of the offer while it lasts. Here’s the complete announcement for those who wish to take a look.
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