So I’m sitting on a cruise ship and…

Hello there cruisers!

I say “cruisers” because if you’ve ever been on a cruise ship, that’s what they call you.  A crusier.  Ok, I’m good with it.

Normally when I’m on vacation I don’t really need to talk about work.  It’s a good time to decompress, forget about the normal day-to-day worries and just relax.  When we were all sitting at the dinner table, I struck up a conversation with the newlywed couple next to us.  Finally, the question of came up “what do you do?”

“I own a small business that repairs iPhones, Smartphones, tablets and computers” I said.

So he then pulls out his Sony Xperia and says “can you fix this?!?  Brilliant!

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So sitting at the table I snapped this picture and told him that I’d blog about it.  Thanks Cale, after a few days on the cruise ship spending time with you and Lauren it’s now obvious that we have made some great friends.  Next time I visit Florida, I’ll bring a back glass with me and take care of that cracked component for you.  It’ll only cost you 3 mai tais 😉

So, even in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico it’s difficult to get away from the business.  I guess that’s a good problem, right?  Well, I’m back to it and I’ll be right here knocking out some more blogs (and some amazing newsletters are in the works as well!) from the comfort of my “dry land office”.  Ugh, who wouldn’t rather be working from Cozumel?

Have a good morning.  Ryan

 

 

We’re not just an Apple Repair Center.

Scenario:

A typical day at Mission Repair starts at 8:00 am, the call center starts to light up with activity. “Ring”. We take a customer service phone call from a distressed customer looking for a solution to their problem: a broken smart phone. “Do you fix devices other than iPhones?”

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“Why yes we do!”

In fact, Mission Repair has one of the longest line cards in the industry. We are constantly looking for new devices, sourcing parts and adding services to our website each day. It’s our duty to keep the website clean and fresh and make it easy for customers to get the service they need from the repair center they trust. Mission Repair, The Intelligent Choice.

Can’t find a service on our site that you’re looking for? Send our customer service department an email or call 866-638-8402.

Take care, Ryan

Chromebook Repair Services!

Hello MR Nation –

We have been looking to enter the Chromebook repair market for couple of months now, but the time just never seemed right. Parts availability, logistics and physical room all had a hand in pushing back our timeframe to roll out Chromebook services. When offering a whole new line of repair services, these are all valid issues to consider.

I am very happy to announce that not only have we considered those issues, we have fixed those issues! We have obtained a great vendor for our needed parts, we have reconfigured some of our packaging to fit the thinner machines and we have expanded yet again to open up workbench space for your Chromebooks!

What the heck is a Chromebook? That is a great question… A Chromebook is a personal computer running Google Chrome OS as its operating system. The devices are designed to be used while connected to the Internet and support applications that reside on the Web, rather than traditional PC applications like Microsoft Office and Photoshop that reside on the machine itself.

What this means is, the market is wide open for computer manufacturers and the Chromebook. With Acer and Samsung being the first to produce Chromebooks, they were quickly followed by the likes of HP, Acer, Lenovo and Google themselves. Today, we are starting with Samsung. We have 2 offerings that we are announcing.

Say hello to the Samsung Chromebook XE500 12.1 LCD Repair Service and Samsung Chromebook XE550 12.1″ LCD Repair Service! These services are available starting today and you can expect the great service and support that Mission Repair is known for. Keep your eyes pealed for new Chromebook offerings that will arrive shortly.

Cheers, Troy