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Published on: 2018-06-13     184 times read    0  Comments

Genxt to Replace iPhone Batteries for Rs 10,000

June 13: Generation Next Communications Pvt Ltd (Genxt), an authorized distributor of Apple iPhones and Apple products including MacBooks, iPad , iMac in Nepal,  has announced to replace iPhone batteries of its customers for Rs 10,000 if they are facing any kind of problem with the product.

Genxt said in a statement that it brought this scheme for those iPhone users who are facing battery problems in their sets. Customers can replace it from Generation Next Communications Pvt Ltd, which is located at Sherpa Mall.

The company also requested the customers to buy genuine Apple products from authorized channels only.  

According to the statement, the authorised distributors of Apple products are Evo Store, Oliz, Future World and Quality Computer ( Birtamode, Jhapa).

Customers can check if the product they are buying is genuine or not by logging in to http://gnextcom.com/services/check-service-tag and entering the serial number or the IMEI number.

"Be aware and make sure that you are paying only for original products to receive standard product warranty. Gray phones are illegally imported into country and are overpriced. It comes without warranty and moreover with low quality substituted internal parts. We request you to ONLY BUY GENUINE PRODUCTS and stay away from unauthorized purchase channels," the statement further said.


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