How much does a cracked screen on an iPhone cost to repair?

Good afternoon!

This comes up constantly in our business – both on the phone and with our walk-in customers…we get the question “how much does it cost to have my iPhone repaired?”

Get a repair price from anywhere in the world on your iPhone, Tablet or Computer.  Or give us a call!

Get a repair price from anywhere in the world on your iPhone, Tablet or Computer. Or give us a call!

We are trained and ready to help answer your questions. There’s another solution however; all of our pricing is on our website for you to get a repair price IMMEDIATELY. In fact, you can see all of our pricing UP FRONT, there’s no need to proceed with a checkout, get the service into the cart to see if there are additional charges, etc. We don’t “nickle and dime” you at the last minute with additional fees after you’ve inputted your credit card number or address- again it’s all UP FRONT and viewable 24 hours a day!

Why is this important? We have nothing to hide. In fact there are many repair companies that charge different prices for different states and regions; there are iPhone repair companies that charge different prices depending on what store or representative you call within the SAME CITY.

AT MISSION REPAIR we charge the same price whether you live in California, Maine or anywhere in between!

As a consumer myself, I prefer to know what the price of my purchase will be up front rather than being “blind” to the fact…and either have to make a phone call and wait on hold for someone to respond, or send an email and wait for a response that way;

We here at Mission Repair have ALWAYS had our pricing on our website for the world to see. In fact, we set the benchmark for pricing constantly. Our sales people are not on commission – they do not benefit by charging one customer more than another. It’s the best way to get honest and consistent information and it’s truth.

So the next time you’re looking for a price on an iPhone 5S Screen Repair, it’s as easy as clicking on http://www.missionrepair.com then ask yourself why the “next guy” isn’t confident enough to present pricing up front. There’s a reason for that, and you should be aware of it.

Thanks for reading, Ryan

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