Have you heard about the Deal Of The Month from Mission Repair?

Hello M:R Nation –

This is just a quick reminder of the June “Deal Of The Month”! All month long we will be offering our iPhone 5C screen repair services for the low price of $119.00

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This iPhone 5C has received the Mission Repair Treatment!

 

Do you have broken glass? No touch function? Ink blotch looking LCD screen? This repair service will cover all of those issues! This deal is is ongoing through the month of June! Getting started is as simple as clicking this link: Deal Of The Month! We look forward to seeing your iPhone 5C at one of our facilities very soon!

Cheers, Troy

How do I send my broken phone to Mission Repair?

Hello again folks-

We are constantly asked “How does your service work?” or something to that effect- and we’ve done a good job of explaining this on our website. But I agree that sometimes it can be a little confusing and websites might be easy for some, but unclear to others. Let’s see if this blog might help.

Firstly we take repairs in from all over the USA. We are not just a “local” walk-in type store; in fact, 90 percent of what we do is mailed in. Maybe you didn’t know that.

When a customer places an order with us, there are several options available to get the device in to Mission Repair.

1. You can just send your device into us however you’d like.

That’s right. Many of our customers have packaging material and a way to ship units into us. Simply just use mail, UPS, FedEx or any other carrier of your choice and when we receive it, we’ll input into the repair system.

2. You can have us email you a shipping label.

This is by far our most popular option. Customers can typically find some kind of box to ship their device into us. Once it’s packaged by the customer and an order is placed in our system, an email label will automatically be generated and emailed to the customer. It’s then printed out and taped to the box. This label is pre-paid and will be carried by FedEx. Once the label is attached, the customer then either calls FedEx for a pickup, drops the package at their business shipping department for FedEx pickup, or is taken to the nearest FedEx Office location for shipment.

3. We can send the appropriate shipping materials to you, with a FedEx return label already affixed.

This is for the truly seamless experience. We’ll deliver an appropriate box to you at your location. You slip your device into the box. You seal it with the provided tape. You call FedEx for a pickup, or deliver it to the nearest FedEx Office location. Simple, fast and even my grandmother could figure it out. You know grandmas need help from time to time!

4. Just drop it off at one of our locations.

This is clearly for those customers that are within driving distance from one of our stores.

Just stop on by during normal business hours and drop it off! We don’t require appointments, and are open 7 days a week for your assistance. Come on in and say hello, we’re happy to have you stop by. Don’t see a location in your area? Just hang tight. We are talking about our next location that will be announced soon!

Thanks for reading, I’ll be back soon with more great info.

Ryan

iPhone 5C repair. What’s all the commotion?

Good morning friends,

I’m here to talk a little bit about the iPhone 5C repair. Specifically about the glass replacement service; because we have heard a little bit of commotion out in the market about the validity and quality of these repairs.

How did we hear?

We’ve had several customers call in and “complain” about this service being performed by another repair company, only to ask “Can you make it work?” Of course the answer is “Yes”.

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The real issue is that there are different grades of parts out on the market, and some repair centers use cheap imitation screens that are marginal at best. Furthermore, there are some repair centers that attempt to remove the glass from the LCD on your unit, and then attempt to install a new glass piece back onto your LCD with less than favorable results. Most “small” repair shops don’t have the capability to perform “clean room style” repairs but may attempt to do so…it’s a bad combination.

We’ve seen dirt trapped between the glass and LCD, air bubbles, liquid seepage, failing digitizers and just poor glass quality with imperfections and inconsistencies in this product from other vendors. Remember that if the price seems too good to be true, it’s probably is!

We offer the screen which assembled correctly, comes with a complete 1 year warranty, parts and labor included for $119. This will get you professional installation and a top quality replacement part – you’ll never know that you didn’t break your screen after we’re done repairing it. It doesn’t matter whether you have the white, yellow, blue, green or pink iPhone 5C…we’ll take care of business for you and promise that after your repair, you won’t have to call another repair center to fix it again. I guarantee it.

Thanks everyone, have a nice afternoon. Ryan

Deal Of The Month (June Edition)!

Hello M:R Nation –

In the month of June, we are bringing you another amazing deal that just might make your jaw drop to the floor! If you’re an iPhone 5C owner that loves a great deal and just so happen to have a cracked screen, this deal is a match made in heaven for you! Starting today, we have lowered the iPhone 5C Front Glass Screen Repair to only $119! This is the lowest price we have ever offered for this service and I think, we just might be the lowest price in the industry by far! It’s time to stop “dealing” with your cracked/broken iPhone 5C screen!

 

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photo-2 Before & After we get our hands on it!

Above is the result of our customer no longer “dealing” with the annoyance of holding their phone 2 inches away from their face, talking on speaker phone or receiving glass splinters trying to type in their pass code! This is simply a much better way to live! Owning something that doesn’t work correctly or needing an improvised method of use is one of my biggest pet peeves. If there is a possibility to make it work like it should, why not take the time to do so? Better yet, why not choose now to repair your iPhone 5C so you can save a boat load of cash in the process?

This deal starts right now and will run through the month of June and will certainly be popular. However, we are fully stocked and ready to help the legions of folks needing this service! If you have any questions about this amazing deal or one of our other services,  give us a call @ 866-638-8402 or email us at sales@missionrepair.com!

Cheers, Troy

Own a “vintage” phone?

Hello friends, I just watched a video on CNN.com that talked about the fad of owning and using a “vintage” cell phone. This was work related, so watching videos while at work is ok in this situation 😉

Apparently there is a new trend in cell phones – one that is making it “cool” to use an older, greyscale, non-smart phone as a sign and symbol of the times. I think that I might be one of the users that would quite possibly lean toward a “less-smart” smartphone – personally I’ve got so many means of communication with the outside world including through this blog I’m writing, that my cell phones seem to be on “offense” at all times. Yes, I have 2 phones, both set up and designed for very different purposes. Gulp.

In fact, I recently removed my email from my iPhone altogether and I’m a much happier man for it. I know, it’s strange…I just wait until I get to the office!

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I find it a bit distracting when I’m out at a restaurant and see everyone swiping their phones; reading, texting, gaming or whatever. In my opinion it’s not a bad idea to take a break from the technology and look up once in a while.

UK manufacturer, Binatone, is making a new “Brick” phone. That’s right, it’s similar to the one that in the picture above, but it’s actually new and you can buy them now. Simple technology and a fashion statement to boot that come in several colors. There’s a caveat – you won’t get the smartphone experience. Not being able to Tweet or visit Facebook might freak you out for a minute but let’s face it, what did you do before Twitter and Facebook were around?

There’s a plus to older phones. Not only are they nostalgic but with the lack of a full-face glass screen they seemed indestructible. I can’t tell you how many times I dropped my old Blackberry on the ground and it NEVER failed. One drop of an iPhone and you’ll need to send it into us for glass repair. It’s how and why we are in business.

Are you willing to lose your smart features? Well that’s your call – no pun intended.

Happy talking, Ryan