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It depends what country you're in and what the consumer laws are, but if you've got proof of purchase and the phone's fairly new (as it's an X3 it will be), you could well be protected and the retailer you bought the phone from ought to offer to at least send it back to Nokia for free repairs. Otherwise, check the Nokia website for your country and follow their instructions. My X3 screen just died and I've only had it three weeks, so it's back to the shop for me...Personally I think it's a great phone - or it was until last night!