Microsoft suddenly announces Chinese version of Surface benefits: the world’s only

Today, Microsoft’s official marketplace announced that the third-year extension of Microsoft Plus for Surface is now available worldwide, and is only available in China’s official Microsoft Marketplace. From the official Marketplace page, Surfaces that can purchase Microsoft Plus’s third-year extension include: Surface Go ($188), Surface Book ($588), Surface Studio ($2088), Surface Studio ($2088), Surface Laptop ($388), Surface Pro ($288).


It is understood that you can purchase Microsoft Plus third-year extended warranty service, you can enjoy three years of unlimited software and hardware phone support, and after two years of standard hardware limited warranty, and then provide a one-year hardware limited warranty.

It is important to note that Microsoft Plus extension services cannot be purchased separately and must be purchased on a device that was older than the time of purchase. Once the purchase is successful, the service will be automatically bound to the Surface host (serial number).

In fact, Microsoft has no idea what it is like to boost Surface sales in China. Not long ago, Microsoft announced that the Surface Book 2 had officially joined the Surface All Access monthly pay-per-view plan (24-month interest-free installments), starting at just $502.83 a month.

Frankly speaking, Surface is not cheap, and maintenance costs are naturally not low. This time Microsoft specifically for Chinese consumers to provide Microsoft Plus third-year extension of insurance services, but also to a certain extent to reduce the cost of follow-up repairs, equivalent to buying an insurance in advance.

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