Price Drop: Kindle Fire Glass Screen Repair Service!

Hello M:R Nation –

The Kindle Fire is what you could call an “oldie” in the tablet world. Released in November of 2011, it now has some age to it. However, don’t let this word “age” fool you! The Kindle Fire is still a seriously capable device that is still putting a lot of its new competition to shame and is still a “goodie”!

Like I have said before, you can always tell the good devices by the willingness of it’s owner to repair it… and let me tell you, people are willing to repair the Kindle Fire without hesitation. Be it the charging port, a casing part or the most common issue, A  cracked glass screen, folks from around the country are keeping these little guys up and running!

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Today we are giving you even more reason to keep your Kindle Fire and not pay hundreds of $ on a brand new tablet. Starting this very second, we are lowering the price of our Kindle Fire Glass Screen Repair Service by $20.00! Thats right, It is now only $89.00 to have the cracked glass on your Kindle Fire, replaces with a brand new, shard free piece of glass!

You can now regain the touch function on your Kindle that you so desire and still have enough cash left over to buy a few books. This is a deal that is just too good to pass up! The best part, these prices aren’t going anywhere. as this is now the everyday price of the  Kindle Fire Glass Screen Repair Service and not a limited run special!

Remember, never hesitate to call with any comments, questions or concerns at 866-638-8402. Also, keep your eyes peeled for a big announcement from Ryan today!

Cheers, Troy

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