Poco Extends Warranty on Smartphones, Pauses May Launches

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Poco is providing prolonged guarantee to all clients whose guarantee was set to run out within the months of May and June. Poco has prolonged the guarantee for such clients by two months in India. The firm’s transfer comes amidst the continuing COVID-19 disaster within the nation. The firm has additionally introduced that it’ll not launch any new gadgets throughout the month of May. Poco additionally stated it is going to replace its customers on any new developments relating to upcoming launches or guarantee extensions.

The prolonged guarantee for Poco smartphones was announced on Twitter. The firm introduced that the smartphones whose guarantee was stated to run out in months of May and June. Poco will present a further two months of guarantee to clients who fall below this criterion. The firm stated that it has taken this step as a result of rising circumstances within the second wave of the coronavirus-induced lockdowns.

In a press launch, Poco stated it “wanted to reiterate that nothing is more important than the well-being of our employees, consumers, members of the Poco family, and everyone who has been associated with us.”

Commenting on upcoming releases, Poco stated that it “has consciously decided not to conduct any launch in May 2021.” The firm additional added, “We are pausing our new launches as we hope for the situation to improve.”

This isn’t the primary time an organization is extending the guarantee on its merchandise attributable to COVID-19. In 2020, many manufacturers provided prolonged guarantee on their merchandise for as much as 75 days. OnePlus was one such model that not solely prolonged the guarantee but additionally prolonged the return and alternative for its gadgets from 15 to 30 days. Additionally, OnePlus additionally supplied free two-way transport for all returns, replacements, and repairs. Other manufacturers to offer prolonged guarantee in 2020 have been Samsung, Nokia, Lenovo, and Motorola.

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