Google Expands Partnership With Phone Repair Startup Puls

By NoCamels Team October 25, 2017 Comments

puls logoOctober 25, 2017 | San Francisco-based smartphone and tablet repair startup, Puls, is expanding its partnership with Google. The startup with offices in Tel Aviv and San Diego, will extend its in-home repairs to Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones. It is already Google’s official repairs go-to for Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones. Puls uses parts supported by Google for its repairs. It is accessible through Google’s official support website. According to Puls CEO and co-founder Eyal Ronen, Google customers will now be referred to Puls for repairs. Puls only began working with Google in the past six months, through a successful pilot that had Google approve the service. Puls completed a $25 million funding round in August, led by Red Dot Capital Partners with contribution from Samsung NEXT. It has raised $43 million since it was founded in 2015. Puls Technologies was founded by Eyal Ronen and Itai Hirsch. [Photo: Maurizio Pesce]

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