From GMA News:
Owners of Asus computers whose units were damaged by recent floods can get free diagnosis and labor at local service centers, the Taiwan-based computer maker said.
Asus, which claims to be the inventor of the netbook, will also give a 20 percent discount on spare parts, the company said. The "special service," which runs until October 31, covers all notebooks, Eee PCs, motherboards, and video graphic cards, including accessories such as liquid crystal displays and adapters. It is the company’s way of helping its customers devastated by recent calamities, Asus marketing manager Jason Teh said.
Asus customers can visit service centers at:
- Asus Royal Club: 14 United St., Bgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City;
- Asus World Megamall: 4/F Cyberzone, SM Megamall Building B, Mandaluyong City (+632 6382955);
- Asus World Virramall: 4/F Virramall, Greenhills Shopping Center, San Juan City (+632 9943497).