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Starting tomorrow, Galaxy users can bring their busted mobile devices to more than 300 Samsung Care-authorized uBreakiFix service locations across the country for same-day repairs, Samsung announced.

Unfortunately, unless you're an Apple customer, getting an in-person fix for your damaged device without voiding your warranty can be a hard task. Samsung is also holding a series of roadshows in popular malls around the country, where Malaysians cannot only experience the new phone for themselves, but also be rewarded for purchasing them at the roadshows. Among current customers of Samsung, its score has now risen to 76, compared to a pre-crisis score of 73.

The company already provides Samsung with camera modules for its budget and mid-range smartphones, too.

Samsung said most in-person repairs can be completed "within two hours or less". Owners of damaged Samsung Galaxy smartphones can now schedule appointments online or drop off their devices at any of the uBreakiFix fix service shops that are available at more than 300 locations in the USA metro areas. If you drop an iPhone and break its screen, you can head into an Apple Store to get it fixed.

The new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ handsets will the supported from the off, as well as the S8, S7 and S6 ranges.

In addition to using only genuine Samsung parts, it also appears that the uBreakiFix partner locations will function very similar to Apple Stores.

According to Korea's The Bell, Samsung has assembled 2 million more S9 units to sell in year-one, than it did for the S8.

Starting on March 15, Samsung customers are able to bring in their Galaxy mobile devices to more than 300 Samsung Care authorized uBreakiFix service locations in the US for same-day support, and within two hours or less for most repairs. They've been instrumental in making the iPhone ownership experience more straightforward, offering not only technical assistance but guidance on how to get the best from the smartphone.

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