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Electronics firm Samsung India has deployed its Customer Service Vans in Kerala as part of its efforts to reach out to persons affected by the recent floods.
The company has also set up a relief camp in the state.
The relief camp by the electronics firm will provide mobile charging stations, refrigerators to store food, milk, and medicines, microwave ovens to warm food.
Samsung is also providing mobile phones, and tablets for free voice and video calling facility so that people can connect with their relatives and near ones.
Meanwhile, Chinese smartphone maker Huawei also announced that it will offer free of cost repair servicing to smartphones, directly damaged by waterlogging.
In order to ensure the availability of services in every part of the city, the company has activated the technical team across all operational authorized and exclusive service centers in Kerala, to avoid any delay.
Allen Wang, Director, Product Centre, Huawei Consumer Business Group, India said, "We have deployed our customer service team in full action to support customers affected by Kerala floods. We will be providing free of cost service to Huawei smartphones damaged due to water logging. With support pouring in from everywhere, we are confident that Kerala will soon recover from this disaster."
Customers with damaged products can contact on Huawei's toll-free no -1800-209-6555 to arrange for a repair service. The free repair services will continue till August 31st, 2018 and are available for all Huawei customers in Kerala.