New Service: Samsung Galaxy S IV Glass and LCD Screen Repair

Hello M:R Nation –

The Samsung Galaxy S III services have been a real success here at Mission Repair! We have had folks from all across the country use our services and save all kinds of dough. The key to that people, is to repair! Not replace! Some of the Samsung smartphones sell for up to $1000.00 unsubsidized. What does that mean? It means that if you bought your phone yesterday and you crack it today, you are not going to pay $199 for a new phone again. You are already locked into a contract and the only solutions carriers give you is to buy a whole new unit for a ridiculous price…

With that being said, Samsung (along with every other Smartphone manufacture) doesn’t sit still for long. They have now released the Samsung Galaxy S IV and I am sure they are already in the final stages of the GS5. What does this mean for Mission Repair? We need to try to keep up! It can be a daunting task at times, but we are up for the challenge.

Announcing today, the Samsung Galaxy S IV (Black) Glass and LCD Screen Repair and Samsung Galaxy S IV (White) Glass and LCD Screen Repair is us doing just that. Keeping up with Samsung and giving all of you Samsung GS IV users a different solution as we have with your GSIII siblings.

The Samsung Galaxy S IV is just like the GSIII in many ways. The screen is replaced as a whole assembly. The glass and the LCD/touch screen are attached at the factory and are married for life! While some companies try to replace just the glass, the result is NEVER the same. You will have dust issued within hours and it honestly just looks bad. So please take caution when choosing a repair company other than Mission Repair.

This service is available starting today and can be ordered online or by calling one of our many customer service reps. To call, just type 866-638-8402 on your phone of choice and give us a ring!

Cheers, Troy

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