In light of the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon to stem the COVID-19 outbreak, realme Philippines has announced that it will extend the warranty period for all of its devices.

Specifically, the warranty extension means that realme devices with warranties that will expire during the quarantine period will receive a seven day extension after the quarantine. Meanwhile, customers whose gadgets have expiring replacement periods during the quaratine will get a three day extension.

This warranty extension is certainly a welcome move from realme Philippines, especially considering that realme service centers in Luzon are currently non-operational to comply with the enhanced community quarantine. Meanwhile, Visayas and Mindanao service centers are currently operational while following safety protocols set by local government units.

“Realme Philippines stays committed to its promise of upholding the best interests and well-being of our key stakeholders – our employees, partners and customers – especially in these stressful times. We prioritize the health of our employees and partners, so we also temporarily put on hold the operations of our service centers in Luzon. Let’s contribute to the battle against this pandemic by staying at home and keeping ourselves healthy,” shares realme Philippines vice president for Marketing Austine Huang.

Earlier this month, realme released their latest budget device, the C3. Check out our full review of the phone here:

Geek Lifestyle Review: realme C3

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