Xiaomi Malaysia has announced that it is extending warranties by three months for certain customers, as service centres remain closed during the Full Movement Control Order (FMCO) period. There are two categories of Xiaomi phones that are eligible to extend their warranties.
The first are smartphones with a standard warranty coverage that is due to end between 1 June to 28 June. If you fall within this category, Xiaomi will extend your in-warranty period for an additional three months, starting from the warranty’s original expiry date.
Customers who bought Xiaomi smartphones between 1 June to 28 June will also get the extra three months on their warranty. Not stopping there, those customers will receive an extra 21 days on the return period for their new devices, with the option to swap or get a refund.
Good on Xiaomi for being fair and considerate of the Malaysian Mi users going through the lockdown. Their service centres are slated to reopen on 29 June, subject to an extension of the FMCO.
(Source: Xiaomi Malaysia)