OPPO Philippines officially announces price drop on select OPPO service parts from top cover to motherboards on select smartphone models namely: Neo 7, F1s, A37, F1 Plus, F1s 64GB, A39, A57, A71, F3, F3 Plus, F5, F5 Pro, F5 Youth, A7 3GB/4GB, A71 2018, A83 up to 4GB+64GB, F7 64GB/128GB, F7 Youth, A3S 2+16GB/ 3+32GB, and F9. The prices for each service part of the said units vary up to 40% discount based on suggested retail price starting November 4 in all OPPO Service Centers nationwide.

The company has implemented several programs that help users in need of technical support anytime, anywhere through the 1-Hour Flash Fix Program; the International Warranty Service; the long-standing OPPO loan phone program wherein you can borrow an OPPO phone while your smartphone is being repaired; and the recently launched OPPO Service app, the brand’s newest service innovation that helps customers get the most convenient repair experience.

“Providing a seamless and reliable customer service experience for Filipino OPPO users is equally important to us as offering the best smartphones, which is why we’re actively creating programs that will help OPPO users have the best customer experience possible,” says Raymond Xia, Marketing Director of OPPO Philippines.

Recently, OPPO garnered an average score of 99.6% in the last Q3 of 2019 through the in-store customer satisfaction survey nationwide, a highly satisfying result of the company’s continuous effort in providing VIP-level customer care to all of its users, while offering reasonably priced service parts which are readily available to customers seeking urgent repairs.

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