Last year it was reported that 7 out of 10 people in the UK own a Smartphone. Nowadays, many of us have come to rely heavily on our mobile phones, from the mundane function of waking us up; to reminding us about important events and, obviously, keeping us connected with others. Naturally, mobile device related mishaps happen from time to time; these accidents can be anything from breaking the screen to more technical issues such as liquid damage. In fact, Mashable reported that 26% of iPhones break within 2 years of purchase.
Quick Mobile Fix is a new national mobile device repair service that offers a solution to the problems many of us face when our mobile phone breaks, mainly, how do I contact people now? Not only will Quick Mobile Fix mend your current mobile phone, tablet or iPod with their 24 hour service, but, also, offer incredibly competitive prices, include free postage and a 1 year warranty on all repairs, and will, additionally, offer you a courtesy phone in return. The phones on offer range from basic Nokia’s to the latest iPhone & Samsung Galaxy.
Quick Mobile Fix repairs all Samsung phones, iPhones and iPads, which is handy, because iFixit have recently announced that the latest iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S are trickier to repair than the iPhone 5, and the Samsung Galaxy S5 is harder to fix than its predecessor. Aside from these fantastic offerings, Quick Mobile Fix also sells a number of different used and reconditioned mobile phones at affordable prices.
To find out more about this useful new service please check out www.QuickMobileFix.com or follow @QuickMobileFix on Twitter.
- Contact Name:
- Sean Barber
- Marketing Manager
- Quick Mobile Fix
- Contact Email:
- click to reveal e-mail
- Contact Phone:
- Company Website:
Related press releases
- linuxjobs.co.uk offers lifetime discount for new recruiter accounts
- Innova Solutions achieves ISO 9001 Certification
- Lifestyle Motor Group Motor On with Brand New Dealership in Horsham
- Inchcape to celebrate UK launch of new Lexus NX
- Carco Group shows heart by pounding the streets from Bath to Bristol