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Please sign this petition on Change.org, for verizon-repair-or-replace-samsung-galaxy-s4-s-that-have-defective-gorilla-glass-2

I am unable to post a direct link since I don't post enough but if you do a search on change dot org for this petition

verizon-repair-or-replace-samsung-galaxy-s4-s-that-have-defective-gorilla-glass-2 you will find the petition

Thank you for all the support,

I am sorry in advance for begging or bugging in this post but I don't think that these companies should be allowed to get away with this .

Below is what I have in the petition, Thank you again.

There are many cases where Galaxy S4 phones Screens crack on their own and Verizon / Samsung will not replace them under the 1 year manufactures warranty. They will not recognize that this is a defect on their Gorilla Glass 2 on the Samsung Galaxy S4 4, I am trying to get as many people possible to sign this so Verizon Recognizes this as a problem for their phones and will warranty the defect in their screens. I personally have been a Verizon wireless customer for 10 + years and have 5 active lines on their network and yet they refused to replace this under the warranty, they kept telling to use the insurance.

All you need to do is a Google search "galaxy s4 screen cracking problems" and you will find many people posting their stories about their screens cracking on their own, people posting videos and even Android forums on this. This isn't just an isolated event like the Verizon rep tried to tell me, they even went as far as saying that they contacted Samsung on this while I was on hold and Samsung denied that this was a known issue. They need to recognize that it isn't okay to have to pay for an insurance claim on a defective product.
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Please sign this petition on Change.org, for verizon-repair-or-replace-samsung-galaxy-s4-s-that-have-defective-gorilla-glass-2

I am unable to post a direct link since I don't post enough but if you do a search on change dot org for this petition

verizon-repair-or-replace-samsung-galaxy-s4-s-that-have-defective-gorilla-glass-2 you will find the petition

Thank you for all the support,

I am sorry in advance for begging or bugging in this post but I don't think that these companies should be allowed to get away with this .

Below is what I have in the petition, Thank you again.

There are many cases where Galaxy S4 phones Screens crack on their own and Verizon / Samsung will not replace them under the 1 year manufactures warranty. They will not recognize that this is a defect on their Gorilla Glass 2 on the Samsung Galaxy S4 4, I am trying to get as many people possible to sign this so Verizon Recognizes this as a problem for their phones and will warranty the defect in their screens. I personally have been a Verizon wireless customer for 10 + years and have 5 active lines on their network and yet they refused to replace this under the warranty, they kept telling to use the insurance.

All you need to do is a Google search "galaxy s4 screen cracking problems" and you will find many people posting their stories about their screens cracking on their own, people posting videos and even Android forums on this. This isn't just an isolated event like the Verizon rep tried to tell me, they even went as far as saying that they contacted Samsung on this while I was on hold and Samsung denied that this was a known issue. They need to recognize that it isn't okay to have to pay for an insurance claim on a defective product.

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Petitions will do little, in my opinion...

The best way to send a message is to stop buying Samsung phones! I am eager to upgrade to something with an unlocked bootloader. HTC One M8 is looking VERY attractive!
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