Now Get Damage Protection from BlackBerry Ltd (BBRY) Through Protection Plan
For customers in North America, BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) announced its Care Protection Plan, providing extended coverage, which includes damage due to accidental handling. The company disclosed that it was an affordable plan for hardware protection and covered its models like Leap, Classic, and Passport. The plan provides for an easy and hassle free process for any claims.
Built For Users
BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) indicated that its BlackBerry Care Protection Plan was created with users in mind. The company said that professionals are always on the go and their smartphones are an essential tool, to not only drive communication, but also collaboration, as well as productivity. The company thinks that such professionals would not like to skip even a beat.
As a result, the company has come up with a lucrative plan of extending an additional year of coverage for any breakdown, whether it is electrical or mechanical. This is to cover any defects in the device following the expiration of the standard one year warranty period. Aside from this, accidental damage coverage from handling, like dropping the gadget, liquid spillage or screen breakage are also covered. The protection also provides consumers with a minimum downtime for replacement of a smartphone in the event of such a claim.
Next Day Delivery
BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) indicated that it has placed a quick processing system for claims. The company disclosed that its customer service representative would take care of the claims personally. It said that the idea was to make it possible for next-day delivery in the event of a replacement of the device or device repair. However, it depends on the location and the time.
The company plan is priced $3.49 for its Leap model, $3.99 for Classic and $4.49 for Passport models, per month. Its plan also provides for an affordable deductible for different models.
BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY)’s President of Devices and Emerging Solutions, Ron Louks, said that the plan provided additional confidence in understanding that repair costs were covered, in case customers experience any issues of mechanical or electrical failure.
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