We are happy to bring you a brand new service today for the Motorola Photon Q! This is a 4G LTE smartphone and we’ve had many requests for screen replacement and repair. The wait is over and Mission:Repair is ready to handle the service immediately!
Why do I write blogs about these things? It’s because we have the longest linecard in the industry, and our customers (you) demand that we keep up with the technology when we can. It’s just that easy. If there’s a new phone that you’d like to see Mission Repair service – send us an email about it – or give us a call 866-638-8402. We will do what we can to accommodate you.
I hope everyone has had a great weekend. Mine included a a toy car, a toy car launcher and my eye ball… Ouch! I’m sure my 3 year old son didn’t mean to, but it definitely seemed calculated. Luckily my eye is feeling better today and I am ready for what Monday has to offer.
Something I have wanted to post for a long time is our Top Selling Products list. Like on most e-commerce sites, this is something you can find on various pages of missionrepair.com , but why not make it easy for you and just post it here? Below you will see data directly from out “back end” stats numbered 1-6. They have in no way been manipulated
As you can see, this list is mostly filled by Apple products, but our other repairs such as HTC, Samsung and Motorola services are getting up there! It looks like a Samsung repair service already found its way to up to the # 3 position. This list is always changing. There is just no way to tell whats going to break next!
I’m sure we will be seeing more of each other today, but until then –
I woke up this morning to see my son Casey off to his last day of 8th grade. He was looking happy and relaxed and excited – I can remember my last day of 8th grade as well, my last day at Sierramont Middle School in San Jose, CA. Casey will be in High School starting in the fall, it really is so true when people say “time flies”.
So I’ve got 2 graduation ceremonies to attend to this weekend along with Casey’s 8th grade “promotion” next week. It’s going to be a ton of fun and a few parties this weekend sound like just what I need!
In celebration of all the graduates out there, we’re going to run a special on all of our services this weekend through 5/25/11. 10% off our entire store. Just use the Mission Repair coupon code “grad” to watch that 10% disappear from your order. This will also take 10% off of your shipping charges as well- I know, Mission Repair and Got Repair already offer the best shipping prices in the industry. . .enjoy that extra little tidbit and take care of those grads!
I’ll be back soon with more goodies from Mission Repair! Ryan
Hello all- rather than post a before and after of our newest service released just today (I promised you many years ago that we’d just keep on adding services, right?) I’m just going to talk a little bit about it. Motorola has been a major player in the cell phone market for many years. I remember my first “cool” Motorola phone, the Star Tac:
I loved that phone back in the 90’s. It was a solid little device, who knew that I’d be controlling my television set with my cell phone today. *See my recent Facebook post talking about setting up my Apple TV last night 😉 But that’s another story. . .back to the Android based Motorola Charm:
The Motorola CHARM provides consumers all the features of a smartphone with the intuitive navigation of a 2.8 inch touch screen – all in a compact, pocketable design that makes messaging a snap using the combination of a full QWERTY keyboard and touch screen. The BACKTRACK navigation pad, located on the back of the smartphone directly behind the home screen, is similar to a laptop touch panel and enables an unobstructed view of the Web, texts, e-mails and news feeds. Plus, with Android 2.1 and enhanced MOTOBLUR features, CHARM offers new customization and filtering options.
The only thing it’s lacking is a pull-out antenna like my Star Tac!!