Many owners of Nokia 5.1 Plus, Nokia 6.1 Plus, Nokia 7.1, and Nokia 8.1 in India experienced problems with the charging port. I know that the similar problem we had with our Nokia 6.1 that Stipe was using. This issue caused frustration, and Nokia Mobile made steps to relieve the owners of that kind of feeling. Nokia Mobile decided to offer an extended warranty to users of before mentioned devices that experienced problems with the USB charging port. Even users whose 12-month warranty has expired can fix their phones 6 months after the warranty has ended. So, the selected devices will have a one-time, free-of-cost repair of the charging port, and all you need to do is take it to the closest Nokia Care center.
This offer is currently available in India, but maybe Nokia Mobile will spread it to the rest of the world where the warranty lasts for 12 months.