The Government of Nepal decided to extend the country lockdown up to Chaitra 25, 2076 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. And, it seems a necessity with the number of new cases arising, although very less. However, this has affected education, common health care, food, migration, and a lot of other areas including businesses, industries (manufacturing and service).
We stress ourselves in even the smallest of matters with a lot of things already not going as intended. For instance, you bought a smartphone a year ago and the warranty just got expired during this lockdown. So the next time, you need to repair your phone, you must pay for it, at least the amount that could have been covered within the warranty. Although nondescript, an extended warranty could be a huge relief, right?
Don’t worry — if you own a Vivo smartphone and just got your warranty expired on 22nd March — Vivo has extended the warranty over all of its smartphones up to 23rd May, unchanged up till further notice.
Mr. Mars, General Manager of Vivo Nepal says, “In these crucial times, we stand firm to our commitment and this warranty extension is provided to facilitate our valued customers amid the COVID-19 outbreak.”
Meanwhile, users can contact Vivo via the company’s official website as well as social media handles for any service-related queries and more.
Vivo has also made it clear that due to the ongoing pandemic and the country lockdown, they will not be launching any of its product(s) offline in Nepal until further notice.