[Press Release] bolttech expands in Taiwan through partnership with Samsung

Hong Kong/ Singapore/ Taipei, 1 January 2021 – bolttech today announced its latest partnership with Samsung in Taiwan, together arranging for mobile device protection to owners of new Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets through the Samsung Care+ programme. The expansion of the bolttech and Samsung partnership follows recent tie-ups in Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.

The Samsung Care+ programme in Taiwan will offer device repair and care services covering accidental and liquid damage as well as an extended warranty for up to one year after the expiry of the manufacturer’s warranty. It also covers device replacement for robbery and snatch theft and includes a convenient doorstep pickup and delivery. This programme is exclusively available in Samsung experience stores for selected Galaxy smartphone and tablet users.

Launched in 2020, bolttech is an international insurtech business integrating three complimentary capabilities – device protection, insurtech exchange, and digital insurance, with a mission to build the world’s leading technology-enabled ecosystem for insurance and protection.

Mark Simmons, Chief Executive Officer, Device Protection, bolttech, said, “We’re thrilled to build upon our collaboration with market leader Samsung to bring easy access to next-generation device protection to customers in Taiwan. Recognising the pain points for mobile phone users in Taiwan, we launched our door-to-door repair services to help customers stay connected when something goes wrong with their phones or tablets.”

More information about Samsung Care+ in Taiwan can be found here: https://www.samsung.com/tw/offer/samsung-care-plus/

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