Smartphone manufacturers Huawei, Realme and OnePlus have decided to extend the warranty period of their products during the curfew announced in India due to the coronavirus.
One of the most crowded countries in the world, where the coronavirus pandemic is seen, is a nationwide curfew. After making the curfew decision, some smartphone manufacturers have decided to extend the warranty period of their products in order not to suffer.
World-renowned smartphone maker Huawei has decided to extend the warranty of its products, whose warranty has expired from March 21 to June 21, until June 30. The company also launched a repair service at its door for its smart watches. Huawei GT and Huawei GT2 users who use VIP Customer Service, are subject to manufacturing defects or have complaints about the performance of their smart watch will be able to change their smart watches at the door.
OnePlus, which sells a high number of smartphones in India, has decided to extend the warranty period of its products, which are out of warranty this month, until May 31. The company also increased the return and exchange time of recently purchased products from 15 days to 30 days.
Similar to OnePlus, Realme extended the warranty period of its products, which expired from March 20 to April 30, until May 31, and extended the return and exchange periods of products purchased between March 15 and April 30 to 15 days.
In India, where the number of people caught in the coronavirus was 716, a curfew that lasted for 21 days was announced recently. This curfew in India, one of the most populous countries in the world, can ensure that large masses do not suffer from the epidemic.