Sprint has launched a repair program for some Samsung Galaxy smartphones. The eligible phones include the Galaxy S7, S8-series, S9-series and the Galaxy Note8. And yes, the latest Galaxy flagships are not covered.
Anyway, if you are in possession of such phone, you can stop by at one of Sprint's offices and get your phone's screen fixed for just $49, even if you are not a Sprint customer. That's a pretty decent deal. Luckily, owners of a different Galaxy phone with cracked screen may also be eligible for a $150 credit towards the purchase of a new device.
Keep in mind, though, that the offer lasts until February 9 or until the stock lasts. And the offer is valid for just one screen repair per customer.
Ugh. I thought I was in for a treat. My brother could use this for his note 9. Unfortunately that doesn't seem to be covered. 49 is really cheap for an Oled flagship. I think even a new display for a Galaxy S5 on eBay is 60 to 100 USD.
one this this dosent tell you is that back glass cannot be damaged in any way