Deal Of The Month (January)!

Hello M:R Nation –

We kind of snuck the January “Deal Of The Month” in on everyone via our January Newsletter this month. So if you are not a subscriber of our awesome newsletter, you might have no clue as to what great deal we are giving out this month!

This month we celebrate and oldie, but a goodie with the HTC EVO Glass Touch Screen Repair service! We have had the pleasure of offering this repair service from the very date that this awesome smartphone hit the market. Over the years we have serviced thousands of HTC Evo’s and we are glad to say that to this day, may folks continue to want to keep these devices up and running!

cracked

Ouch

This is the reason for this months deal! We see such a desire to keep older devices chugging away, that we found it fitting to to highlight the grandfather of all HTC smartphones! If you remember correctly, the HTC Evo came out in 2010 and was the prime competitor for the iPhone 4. It has many features that are actually till this day, pretty impressive, which is one of the many reasons that folks still cherish this phone.

If you find yourself with cracked screen on you HTC EVO, this is a great time to take advantage of our wonderful deal! To get your order started, click here: HTC EVO Glass Touch Screen Repair and let Mission Repair take care of the rest!

Cheers, Troy

Did You See Us?

Hello Again M:R Nation,

Over the weekend, we had 41 action news of Kansas City come by and interview Ryan about the newly instated Digital Millennium Copyright Act. This act makes it illegal to unlock your phone on your own behalf. You now must contact  your carrier to unlock your device for use on another carriers network.

Ready For My Close Up!

Ready For My Close Up!

Lights, Camera, Action!

Lights, Camera, Action!

This law is set for phones that are sold from January 26th 2013 and on. So if you have a smartphone purchased before this date, unlock away! How will they monitor this? We have no clue. What will the penalty be? We have no clue. But to stay on the safe side, I would recommend going directly to your carrier for this service for the time being.

There will be many business and services effected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and we certainly feel for them. Will this Act last for a long period of time? Only time will tell, but until then, stay safe and know what the laws are when dealing with iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC EVO or any other Smartphone software!

Cheers, Troy