Nick, 18 Mar 2015Yup! Can't help but feel a little insultedNot really. It's expected from HTC, so sayonara HTC, never ever again.
great service, great idea... as long as you live in selected states... IN AMERICA ONLY.
Hey HTC, you better give update to the older devices like One M7 and M8 and One Max to Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Anonymous, 18 Mar 2015Lemme guess .... U.S. only?Yup! Can't help but feel a little insulted
The most innovative phone of all. Can make calls, text and access the internet. You can also play games like other phones do but guess what? Buy some eggs and you can fry wherever you go. I'm planning to build a HTC restaurant as well using using the HTC m9 as my frying pans
so if an incident after the 12 months if a customer goes through assurants and pays the $175 deductible they will recieve a reimbursement for $100?
HTC'S customer service is pathetic in India and I don't think they have the infrastructure to provide this here.
One of the major reasons for avoiding htc for last 2 years.
This will replace my right hand gloves during winter... but I will carry it incase it attempts to burn my hands due to the 'BurnDragon' 810 degrees ;-)
HTC Ones' fixability have been notoriously terrible anyway. 1/10 for M7 and 2/10 for M8 based on iFixit. You need the jaws of life to open it and it is still possible of getting damaged. HTC needs to use a more practical material and at least offer a removable rear similar to the Chinese and Japanese variant of M7. No mandatory service center. Possible to manually replace the battery yourself with a Phillips screw driver. Apple iPhones since the 4 never have removable battery but easier to replace them and iFixit rates them at 7/10 which is much better than 2/10.
GSMArena should've mentioned in this article that it's *NOT* worldwide, unfortunately.
Translation: When the SD810 immolates your M9, we'll replace it with another!