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About Commercial Warranties and Statutory Rights


1. Commercial Warranties

Manufacturer Warranties

Many of the products available on Microsoft Store come with manufacturer warranties. Those warranties are provided directly by the manufacturer of the product. Microsoft is not responsible for manufacturer warranties other than for its own branded products. Manufacturer warranties may cover repair or replacement for product defects and technical support for a certain period of time, but each warranty is different. Some manufacturers limit the countries or regions where they provide warranty coverage or provide limits on how and where the product may be used to qualify for warranty coverage. Where manufacturer warranties are provided for a product, warranty information can be found on the Microsoft Store product detail page. To find out more about Microsoft products and check your warranty status, please also visit Please read this information before you purchase the product. For questions, contact Sales and Support.

Extended Hardware Service Plans or Accidental Damage Plans

For some products, Microsoft may make a protection plan available for purchase at an additional price. Protection plans are optional. Those plans usually extend the manufacturer warranty coverage by an additional period of time or provide accidental damage coverage, but each plan is different. Plans may be available through other providers even if you purchase a product through Microsoft Store. It may be possible for you to purchase a plan after the date when you purchase the related product for a certain period of time. Your household insurance may also provide coverage relevant to your product. Plan information can be found on the Microsoft Store product detail page for the product. Please read the plan terms carefully before you purchase a protection plan.


2. Statutory Warranty Rights for Consumers

As a consumer, you may have statutory consumer rights and guarantees granted by law. Any commercial warranties are in addition to and do not replace or limit these rights. Your country or region has consumer protection groups or agencies that offer websites and other information which you may find helpful to understand your consumer rights. Microsoft does not have any affiliation with these sites and is not responsible for the site content. Microsoft may, at times, make certain links available to you for your convenience. The following resource(s) and website(s) may be helpful:

Consumer Centres:

Should you have an issue with your product, please contact Sales and Support.