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July 14, 2015

ZTE Axon includes free repair for two years with Axon Passport program

by John_A

ZTE Axon Passport AA

We’re here in New York City where ZTE has just officially announced the Axon, a new smartphone that comes with an all-metal build, front-facing speakers, a Quad HD display and many other notable features for just $449 off-contract. We’ve already gone hands-on with the new handset and pitted it against the competition, but this impressive smartphone isn’t the only thing the Chinese manufacturer announced today.

If you’re thinking of purchasing an Axon, ZTE will throw in a protection program called ‘Axon Passport’. The program, which is included with the purchase of the device, comes with a two-year warranty with incidentals, as well as one year of free shipping. This means that if something happens to your device during the first year, you can send it in and get it fixed at no extra charge whatsoever. If something happens during the second year, you can still send it in to the company to get it fixed, but you’ll have to cover the shipping costs yourself.

Axon Passport also includes 30-day buyer’s remorse, so you’ll be able to send back the phone within the first month at no extra charge if you don’t like it.

ZTE AXON Phone Hands On-27

We’re still getting more details when it comes to the Axon Passport, but so far it seems like a solid program. It seems very similar to what HTC offers with its Uh-Oh protection plan, which has proven very useful to many consumers since the company unveiled it back in March.

Be sure to check out all of our coverage on the brand new ZTE Axon, and let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!

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