Vivo extends select models’ warranty period for another 6 months

posted March 06, 2018 at 04:24 pm
by  Manila Standard

TO show its gratitude to its loyal patrons, global smartphone brand Vivo is extending the warranty period of its select phone models.

The warranty extension covers Vivo V3, V3Max, Y51, and Y55 units for an additional period of six months to take effect beginning March 1, 2018.

For example: Vivo units bought on Sept. 10, 2016 came with a one-year warranty period. This means that their warranty supposedly expired on Sept. 10, 2017. But with Vivo’s new announcement, these units are now covered by the extended warranty until March 10, 2018.

Repair policies such as no human errors as well as physical and liquid damage still apply for the warranty extension. This extended warranty period does not include the smartphone accessories.

Vivo is also now offering free software update, recover system, and cleaning services at its centers to all its patrons nationwide also beginning March 1, 2018.

A global smartphone brand focused on introducing perfect sound quality and ultimate photography with cutting-edge technology, Vivo develops innovative and stylish products for young people. We now have over two hundred million users and are one of the preferred brands of young people around the world. As an Official Sponsor of the FIFA World Cup™, Vivo believes in the importance of encouraging young people to embrace self-expression and an energetic lifestyle.

For inquiries about Vivo, visit the Vivo website at www.vivo.com/ph or check out their Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/VivoPhil), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/vivophil/), and Twitter (https://twitter.com/vivo_phil) accounts.

Topics: VIVO , 6-month manufacturer limited warranty
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