Hello everyone, yet another cold day in Kansas City with lots of snow on the ground still and we are all more than ready for spring to be here. All over our website we have reduced prices on several repairs! Below are some of the most popular reductions we have made! As we are able to purchase quality parts for less – it means we can pass along deals to you at a cheaper cost without losing the world renowned integrity of our products and services! Here are some of the price reductions:
The MacBook Pro Aluminum Unibody Glass Panel Replacement Service:
13″ MacBook Pro Glass Panel Replacement Service – $129
15″ MacBook Pro Glass Panel Replacement Service – $139
17″ MacBook Pro Glass Panel Replacement Service – $149
The iPod Nano (6th Gen) Glass Screen Replacement service is now reduced to $44 (was $85).
Lastly, we reduced prices on the iPhone 4! (AT&T):
The Black Glass/LCD Front Panel Assembly is now $129
The Black and White backplate replacement service are both now $39
The Black and White backplate Part Only (we ship it to you) is now $29
Also, very soon, we are expecting color backplates in Red, Baby Blue and Pink! We will update our website as soon those are in stock, so keep checking back! While I’m thinking about it, here is a short ‘How To’ video on replacing your iPhone 4 backplate video that we’ve recently posted – check it out!
Be sure to stay tuned to our website, blog, and updates as there is so much more happening and coming out in the near future. You can place an order on our website anytime or, if you prefer giving us a call during business hours at 888-447-3728 and speak with any of our sales representatives, that works too. Our flat rate repairs do not include shipping, but we have amazing shipping rates with UPS and are happy to pass them along to you.
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