What you thought you knew but didn’t about cell phone repair

Cell phone repair is a confusing affair at times. A lot of people claim they know how to do it but what do you absolutely have to know about this service? Well…

1)

Only experienced technicians can fix my phone

Experience is needed to fix a phone and it is definitely something that can be learned on your own. Private cell phone repair courses can get you certification. Esteemed Samsung repair Toronto services professionals can be easily found through word of mouth and online reviews.

2)

A third party repairing my phone will void my warranty

An iPhone or Samsung phone with a broken screen is already warranty voided. Retailers will try and convince you to replace it. However, going to a repair shop will not void the phone warranty and repairing it will be cheaper than replacing it most of the time.

3)

Repairing my phone will cost too much money

Your device is way more valuable than you think and repairing it will definitely save you money. Industry reports state that an iPhone 6 costs 179$, which works out extremely well for a device that dictates your life.

4)

You’re charging 200$ to fix a 100$ phone?

The value of flagship devices like the Samsung Galaxy and the iPhone are greatly underestimated. The phone parts are pretty expensive and can shock a layman when repairs are need. The steal of a bargain can greatly undercut the value you see in your favourite device as you use it over the years.

5)

My cell phone has no hope for repair

You’ll understand better, when you’ve experienced the validity of the process say the Samsung repair Toronto technicians.

6)

I can fix my device myself, just need some research

Extremely confident or experienced individuals should only attempt the repair process, as anyone else can make a mess of it. The process is harder than it looks and a technician might be able to get your disassembled phone working again but the time lost will be significant. Professionals should be given the liberty to do their jobs properly.

7)

Phone repair shops are shady places and their employees aren’t certified

The industry as a while shouldn’t be seen as bad because of a few shady people. 90% of phone repair shops are owned independently small business shops that thrive on community reputation. As the first point mentioned, hazardous shops can be weeded out through proper supervision and opinion sharing. There are very good options.

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