Good morning – this is a quick “spoiler” blog for the upcoming Labor Day weekend specials that we’ll be running. The prices are already starting to drop.
Today, the iPhone 5C Screen Repair has been lowered to $109. That’s for the parts and labor to be installed on your phone. If you have a cracked screen on your iPhone 5C, this is the lowest price that you’ve ever seen for the service that you’ll receive from Mission Repair!
There are many other great specials that will begin shortly. Want to know how to be the first on the list to know? Just sign up for our newsletter here and join the tens of thousands of other subscribers that gets Mission Repair info fast. If you sign up, you can always unsubscribe with no worries about a ton of SPAM coming your way. I hate junk email, I wouldn’t do that to you.
We’ll be back with money saving deals available only at Mission Repair very soon!
It’s that time again! We are bringing you a brand new service and this time it is for the HTC One Max. This is HTC’s first ‘phablet’ with a 5.9″ screen display. This device also features a customizable home screen, their biggest battery yet and an impressive camera.
In the event that you accidentally drop your device Mission:Repair is here to help with our HTC One Max Front Glass and LCD Repair Service. We make it simple by offering max-and-match shipping to fit your needs and our process is easy. Once your HTC One Max arrives at our location for repair, we’ll immediately receive it, replace the Digitizer/Glass Screen assembly, and get your Cell Phone shipped back to you within 1 business day. Once it is shipped you will receive an email with tracking information so you know exactly when to expect your HTC phone back to you! Dropping your phone off at one of our locations? Just come on by, no appointment necessary?
Have questions about our repair services? Give us a call at 1-866-638-8402!
I’ve been working with Melanie all day today on promotions, artwork and press content. We started talking about the new iPhone 6 that will be released in a couple of weeks, and I’ve heard several rumors that it’ll be on September 9th…but it’s still open for debate. That’s why it’s a rumor 😉
It appears that the iPhone 6 will certainly come in two sizes. A 4.7″ screen model and a 5.5″ screen model. I just thought about it for a minute…the 5.5″ will be Apple’s first Phablet! I searched a bit around Google and it appears that others have already had this epiphany.
Now that’s a phablet!
What’s a phablet? According to the ever accurate Wikipedia:
“A phablet (/ˈfæblɪt/), (also known as a phonelet or tabphone or fablet) a portmanteau of the words phone and tablet, is a class of mobile device designed to combine or straddle the functions of a smartphone and tablet. Phablets typically have screens that measure (diagonally) between 5.01 and 6.9 inches (130 to 180 mm), which complement screen-intensive activity such as mobile web browsing and multimedia viewing.”
If Apple unveils the 5.5″ screen – then we will have our first Apple Phone/Tablet in the market.
Then the conversation continued. How do you hold it? Can you stuff it into your back pocket? Will it be more fragile than ever? Well if there’s a will there’s a way – and all of these issues and questions will be answered soon. I do know that this new screen ought to fully satisfy the “small screen” critics when it comes to the iPhone.
Does a 6.9″ screen “phablet” seem reasonable? Is bigger better? Can you imagine trying to sneak a peek at a text during a movie at the theater on a 6.9″ screen? You might blind the person behind you!
I think I might hit up a movie tonight, I’ll remember to turn my phone off 😉
Wow, the construction progress is really coming along up at our Mission Repair Express location. I want to apologize for all of you that braved the construction mess yesterday. If you stopped by our Mission, Kansas location for a smartphone repair you saw that the sidewalk directly in front of our store was GONE! The jackhammers came out yesterday morning and drilled all day long.
Today, we have a BRAND NEW BEAUTIFUL sidewalk! The contractors said that we can walk on it in about 2 more hours, so the construction “pain” is almost complete. The issue is that it’s wet now; so if you make the trek in the next hour you might find yourself with some cement shoes. Please be patient – the weather is cooperating with us and it’s HOT outside. My guess is that within a couple of hours it will be ready!
Thanks for your patronage. We had over 50 people walk in to our Mission location yesterday despite the construction; thank you. I promise that it’s almost over!
There’s a lot of news about the iPhone 5 and it’s battery life lately; so much in fact that Apple has recalled an undisclosed amount of iPhones for a FREE BATTERY installation. You can see if your iPhone 5 is eligible here on Apple’s website. I feel like my battery in my iPhone 5 is terrible recently and I find myself charging my phone several times a day. I checked my personal phone, and Apple says that my battery is not one of the affected units; therefore no free battery for me. In fact, after reading Apple’s website it appears that they will just be swapping phones with their customers (presumably why they ask you to disable “Find my iPhone” and tell you to erase all of your data).
I thought about this for a minute…and even though it’s not a Mission Repair Recall, we are going to do Apple customers a favor: We will replace your iPhone 5 Battery for FREE (of you so desire) when you send in your device for a screen repair!
That’s right- this is a Mission Repair exclusive. If you need to have your iPhone 5 screen replaced, just select the “free battery” option when setting up your repair and we will not only repair your screen, but we’ll install a new battery for no additional charge while my technicians have your device in house.
This will help many of you that might be in the same situation as me; your iPhone is over a year old, the battery life is not what it used to be, and you’re not eligible for a free replacement from Apple.
Heck, it might even be a better way to get your battery replaced through Mission Repair; we won’t make you set an appointment to see a “genius” and we won’t “swap” your phone. It’ll come back to you with all of your data, pictures, texts and emails in tact! Just like you left it with us 😉
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