OPPO beefs up aftersales service with largest Customer Service Centre

OPPO Customer Service Centre

It’s one thing to own a smartphone, it’s another to get quality aftersales service. It’s all fine and dandy when things work as expected, but what happens if problems arise? Can your smartphone brand attend to you attentively and professionally? OPPO’s showing it’s dead serious about keeping its customers happy.

The opening of its largest customer service centre in Malaysia at Plaza Berjaya, Kuala Lumpur, is testament of OPPO’s commitment to serving customers better.

It’s a lauded move, seeing the brand’s steady growth in Malaysia.

OPPO Malaysia CEO, William Fang
OPPO Malaysia CEO, William Fang

Free life-time services

One of the world’s Top 5 smartphone makers, OPPO announced that it  offers free software upgrades, free device clean-ups, repair services and free password unlocking for customers. All OPPO customers enjoy free services for life, when they visit any OPPO Customer Service Centre.

OPPO hopes to draw more customers by showing its strength in aftersales service, as well as enhancing service for existing customers.

There are currently 21 customer service centres across Malaysia, all of which operate directly under OPPO Malaysia.

For more information of OPPO CSCs, visit www.oppo.com/my/supports/customer-service-center/

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