I’ve gotten some “disappointment” emails from customers that weren’t able to capitalize on the AMAZING Mission Repair Coupon Code that I offered last week.
So I came up with a solution. I’m gonna just extend the coupon. That’s a novel idea!
There ya have it. The coupon code “TAHOE” has been extended though Sunday May 22, 2011. This will bring the price of the 4th Gen iPod Touch Glass Repair down to just $94 installed! It’s our lowest price to date and it represents the best price for the money in the market. Why is that? Well we’ll also throw in our “Got Repair” benefits for free. So after you have the iPod repaired with us and if you every break or crack the screen again, we’ll replace it again under our “Got Repair” program. Simply astounding!
Hey, I’m getting back to work! Talk to you soon.
Hello all- we have not just the glass, but the entire assembly for the iPod Touch, Gen 2. If you didn’t already watch our YouTube video on how to install one of these on your broken iPod Touch, then you don’t know just how easy this part is to use. Trust us, we’ve installed thousands of parts, (we have a whole business doing so!) and our new iPod Touch assemblies that include the frame, home button assembly, and new glass/digitizer are very easy to install.
Trust me, this is the way to go.
I just wanted to let you know that we’re running a special on the iPod Touch Gen 2 Glass/Frame Assembly– now just $64 until 2/28/10. Normal price of $79 will return, so get yours on order asap to capitalize on this great deal. Just use coupon code “EASYFIX” when checking out online to receive your discount!
Thanks, gotta get back to the phones, they are blowing up today.
Take care, Ryan
Hello everyone! It’s a beautiful day here at Mission Repair. I mean, it’s about -9 degrees outside, but that’s not the beautiful part. I’m just in a great mood today, I got some awesome business news (it’s just good news to me!) and it makes all the hard work so rewarding. So I’m sharing my glee. What’s also rewarding is that we finished our newest video last night and it’s been uploaded to YouTube.
In this video, we’ll show you how to replace the cracked glass in your iPod Touch, Generation 2, or iPod Touch Generation 3 (8GB only!) without having to scrape glass and we also show you how to replace the cracked glass in less than 2 minutes! That’s right. Give it a shot, but remember, that this is for the “mechanically inclined” or “tech savvy” customer. Of course we still perform these repairs as a full-service option, but now we also show you how it can be done from the comfort of your own home or shop. Remember, Mission Repair takes NO RESPONSIBILITY for damage that is caused by this. . .it’s for informational purposes only!
Thanks, if you need your very own iPod Touch Glass Assembly, click the link. If you prefer to have the professionals do it for you, get your iPod Touch Glass Repair started here.
Take care, talk to you soon!! Ryan
Yes, you’ve read it right, we have announced a brand new flat-rate service for the original iPod Touch, 1st Generation. Customers are reporting out-of-warranty failures on their iPod Touch including loss of sound from the earphone jack, or earphone jack connectors breaking off inside the earphone jack port rendering it useless. We can solve this by installing a BRAND NEW Earphone Jack Assembly within 24 hours after receipt. The repair service is hassle-free and currently the iPod Touch Headphone Jack Repair is only $59, installed.
Click here to view our premium iPod Touch Repair – Earphone Port Repair Service.
This service is NOT use-installable. It takes specialized tools and significant soldering abilities and should be trusted to the professionals – that’s us here at Mission Repair if you didn’t already know that!
Mission Repair will replace that failing headphone jack within 1 business day and send the unit back to your location via FedEx (Ground is just $5 and Overnight is $9).
OK folks, I’m out of town Monday of next week. Going to take a little break and take a vacation day. I know that I deserve at least one every so often!
We’ll talk again, soon, Ryan