Research Samsung Premium Care
If you've had issues keeping your phone in one piece, make sure you start looking into Samsung's Premium Care warranty.
The company's Premium Care solution comes with a nice list of benefits including video chat, in-person support, extended warranty, and premium protection.
While the first 30 days will likely be free for new Galaxy Note 9 owners, the service will start running you $11.99 a month once the trial ends. That doesn't seem like much, but it can add up, especially if you aren't using the services.
We highly recommend reading Samsung Premium Care reviews and gathering feedback from Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8, and Galaxy Note 8 users about their experience with the service to see if it's worth it for you and your next device.
Cracked and damaged phones are not eligible for Samsung Premium Care so you'll want to make up your mind before or shortly after the Galaxy Note 9 release date.
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