Your iPhone’s screen goes blank or your Samsung Galaxy’s screen is shattered – now what? You depend on your cell phone for much more than just texts and calls – it is your lifeline to the world. Your address book, email, social connections, camera and so much more are tied to that phone. So, is it time to repair your trusty device or should you consider replacement?
While it can be tempting to upgrade to the next model of your favorite brand, consider the implications. If your phone is fairly new, it could last for another year or more before it needs replacement. Upgrading to a new phone means redoing all your settings, downloading your favorites apps and many other inconveniences. It also could mean a big bite out of your wallet.
Cellphone repair has come a long way in the last few years. Considering the cost of a new iPhone or Galaxy, repair is a cost-effective and viable option in most cases. You no longer need to send away your phone for repair through an insurance company. Most major towns and cities have quality cell phone repair shops right in malls and shopping centers – some even offer mobile repairs that come to you.
Most common smartphone issues can be repaired the same day. This means in a few hours you could have your trusty phone back, working like new again. Make sure to ask about the repair warranty. There are shops that offer a lifetime warranty on their repair services.
Skip the upgrade and call a local repair shop first- you could save hundreds of dollars and get more life out of your phone.
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