Presidents’ Day Sale Extended! Save 15% Now Thru Saturday 2/20/16!
Yes, you heard it right…we didn’t send a blog earlier in the week with a Presidents’ Day Sale so it’s time that you heard from us. We’re offering 15% off your next full-price repair at Mission Repair. Simply use coupon code “GEORGE” to receive 15% off on your new order now through Saturday 2/20/16 at Midnight. If you visit one of our locations, just show us a copy of this newsletter and we’ll be happy to extend this discount when you stop in for a repair.
Have a great weekend,
(Please remember this coupon cannot be combined with any other coupon or discounted repair price including “Got Repair” discounted repairs. Valid on new orders only!)
When you are ready with your order on our website, you can opt to checkout normally (with VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS, DISCOVER or PAYPAL) but now you have the choice to checkout with your pre-existing Amazon Account.
For those of you that love using your Amazon account and don’t feel like typing up a whole new account on Mission Repair, we understand. We listened. We are ready.
Well you’re probably a fan of technology until something like this happens to your phone:
How in the world is this thing even still working?? Well, we do get in iPhone 6 screen repairs everyday and some of them are even worse than this. I feel frustrated for some of our customers that bring these in and say “I didn’t even drop it that hard” or “I put it in my purse and pulled it our looking like this” because I know that most people don’t intentionally break their device. In fact, most people claim that they didn’t even really know how it happened…
I will tell you one thing: with the cold weather arriving all across the US, it’s good practice to NOT LEAVE YOUR CELL PHONE IN YOUR CAR in freezing weather. We’ve done similar articles about leaving your iPhone in your car on a hot day, but the cold can be just as damaging. Moving a frozen device, turning it on, and taking it into a warm room can be disastrous.
I have personal experience refurbishing Mac computers. Many years ago, when I was the General Manager at a Mac Repair business, we used to purchase pallets of Macs that needed to be reworked. Well, we’d get them off of the semi truck in the winter, and wouldn’t allow them to reach room temperature before turning them on…and when we did this I found out that the yield was much worse that if we were working with “room temp” devices.
So, if you let your phone freeze overnight, just simply bring it inside and let it sit for 1-2 hours before turning it on. You’ll be much safer in the long run and FaceBook will still be there 😉
Did you happen to drop (or throw) your iPhone and crack your screen during the World Series? Yeah, sports can sometimes have that effect on people. Well, at Mission Repair – even though we are in Kansas City (Go Royals!) – we understand this. We find that we get a string of folks coming into our local offices after every major sporting event with a cracked screen and a “I don’t want to talk about it” expression on their face.
Thankfully, after a visit to our repair center, they know that we have their backs. We send them out of our doors with a new confidence… and a new screen!
Our iPhone screen repairs are completed with care by our highly trained technicians, using the best quality parts and working with one goal in mind: Returning a repaired iPhone back to you! What good is this expensive piece of technology if it is not in your hands? We completely understand this and work hard to make sure that we have it fully repaired and back in your hands in no time!
Here are 3 options on how to start living the life of your iPhone, void of cracked glass:
It’s almost Halloween, and we’ve got a special that’s perfect for the occasion.
On October 31st, 2015 you can receive 15% off your order when you visit one of our locations just for wearing a costume! Now, let’s discuss what a costume is. For example, if you’re a Police Officer, you can’t come in with your uniform on and say “I’m a Police Officer for Halloween”, that won’t work…sorry Tony B!
We are looking for creativity, and anyone in a great costume that lets us take a picture of them might also be published on our blog to be read by millions. Interested in stopping by Saturday? We will be handing out candy to the little ones (a safe way to trick or treat!) and giving an awesome 15% discount to anyone that is dressed in a costume. Come on by!
It’s just happening every day now and it’s doesn’t seem to be letting up;
We are repairing a ton of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus screens and my technicians really know the in’s and out’s of the iPhone 6 models like they were born with the gift.
Here’s a shot of one each removed, cracked screens…on the left is the mighty iPhone 6 Plus, and on the right is the iPhone 6. Both of which are totally smashed and useless to the customer. Once replaced, the customer is sent on their way and then we recycle the screens properly.
Just take a look at these parts though – some customers state that they are actually getting glass in their face and hands – we’ve had this complaint for many years on these types of phones, but the 6’s seems to be shattering even worse than the predecessors. The LCD is SO THIN and installation of the screen by untrained technicians is just not advisable. There’s glass everywhere.
Remember Mission Repair if you need an iPhone 6 repair; we’ll be here for ya. And we’ll bring the band aids.
It was a long day yesterday of iPhone 6 “stuff”…we’ve now taken several orders from around the country to repair iPhone 6 and 6 Plus screens, PLUS channel 5 news came into our Mission Repair Express location to interview me on the iPhone 6 Plus “BENDING” issue that seems to have surfaced just days after it’s release.
I picked out my two favorite screen shots of me making the funniest faces. If you can’t laugh at yourself, life would be no fun!
Here’s a link to the actual spot that ran last night…it’s kind of fun and also has a glimpse of the work environment at our Mission Repair Express location. Jamie Oberg reported on the iPhone 6 Plus “bendy” issue and was a true professional. We had a great time with the segment and both learned a lot.
Until the next time I get myself ready for the camera, you can rest assured that I’ll be right here behind my keyboard and this blog. Talk to you again soon!