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Where is the Samsung Service Center?

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tokyojoe2010

The battery in my old Samsung is starting to swell and I need a new one. A couple shops told me that I would have to go to the Samsung Service Center in N. Pattaya. I found them on Google maps (below) but it seems they have changed location frequently. Can anyone confirm this is the current location? Thanks.

 

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Syd Tybil

Yes the location on the map is correct.

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Rocketboy

That's it as I have been there before after going to their store in Central Festival and they gave me that location.

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soi16
14 hours ago, petermik said:

Its on Sukhumvit road South Pattaya opposite Tesco Lotus....:ThumbUp6:

Long time ago..

Better map.

The batteries has a start price about 600b and up.Screenshot_2018-01-09-08-42-58.thumb.png.9252ec85afc4cdbaec70b5ea37e61a40.png

 

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petermik
On 1/8/2018 at 11:24, petermik said:

Its on Sukhumvit road South Pattaya opposite Tesco Lotus....:ThumbUp6:

They bladdy moved without telling me.......sorry chaps :Crazy1:

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KittenKong

Be aware that there are two new service centres next door to each other: one for phones and tablets and one for everything else. Dont go to the wrong one.

Upstairs in the phone one there is a machine dispensing quite nice free coffee and chocolate. My in-warranty battery replacement was dealt with very well, though I was surprised that they didnt have batteries for current models in stock.

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tokyojoe2010

Thanks for all the replies. I was able to head over by baht bus and found it set back in that little office park. A woman on break directed me to the mobile office. A new battery (Samsung J5) cost 1000 THB and 15 minutes.

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