Is it worth repairing that old iPod?

Good morning everyone-

The title poses a good question. And there certainly is a “breaking point” as to when a device is NOT worth repairing. There are a lot of factors involved and everyone’s decision is based on preference.

Let’s take that old iPod you have in the junk drawer – let’s say it’s a 4th Gen iPod touch with a cracked screen and you can’t get it to work because it’s cracked. You have a decision to make – because in this same example you already purchased a replacement iPod, are happy with it and it’s doing well. But you couldn’t bring yourself to toss the broken iPod into the trash but also can’t decide on what to do with it. Well you can have this repaired at Mission Repair for just $59.

Thoughtful business woman

Ok, but then what?

Well, since you’re at a loss on what to do with the iPod already and the unit has been deemed “junk”, and you’ve taken the plunge on buying a new one- you’ve got an iPod paperweight that just taking up junk drawer space. For $59 you have have a 4th Gen iPod that now becomes a great backup, gym pod, Christmas gift or a device that can be passed down to a sibling or child.

It makes sense to start a youngster on a $59 iPod rather than buying new.

Since you know that iPods are breakable, you don’t need to add additional stress giving a unit to a child that was full price, right? Are the possibilities making sense?

Frankly in most cases it does make sense to have your old device repaired. We’ve performed over 100,000 services in the last few years and the proof couldn’t be more evident. Give us a call if you’d like a no obligation quote over the phone. Just dial 866-638-8402 and we’ll be happy to take care of you.

Have a great day, Ryan

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