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Topic # 225738 3-Dec-2017 19:18
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Just curious, I have a friend who bought an LG v5 last October 2016. Nothing is wrong. But Im wondering what the standard warranty for the phone is?

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  Reply # 1912377 3-Dec-2017 19:40
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Probably 12 months, like most other phones (some companies offer 24 moths on flagships) but I can't find a V5... are you sure it's not G5?




The "V5" "leaked" in December last year, not sure if it was released tho.

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  Reply # 1912385 3-Dec-2017 20:11
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sorry yes G5 haha


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  Reply # 1912387 3-Dec-2017 20:17
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CGA will likely cover you till at least the 2 year mark

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  Reply # 1912391 3-Dec-2017 20:18
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iirc the PB guy said 2 years

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  Reply # 1912538 4-Dec-2017 10:35

Warranties can vary by model and supplier. Local stock for LG is 24 months. PB never sold the G5 tho'.

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