Is Repairing Your Old Phone Cheaper than Getting a New Phone?
You probably hear it all the time; replacing your old phone is totally easy, unlike getting your broken one repaired. Many people even think this option is cheaper, which begs the question, “Why get your phone repaired when you can just as easily get a new phone?” The truth, however, is somewhat different, and in most instances, it is actually cheaper and easier to get your old phone repaired.
Providers, Contracts, and Fine Print
Most phone companies want you to think you’re going to get a brand-new phone for free whenever you want. This means you can just trade in your old model when a new one comes out, right? Not exactly. Most providers will let you upgrade your phone only after you have had it for a certain amount of time, and they will still expect you to pay the taxes (at least) on your new device.
What’s more, if you have a broken phone you were hoping to trade in for the newer model, you probably won’t be able to. Most providers won’t accept a phone with a cracked screen or one that doesn’t work properly. Instead, they’ll tell you to get your phone fixed and then turn it in.
Free Diagnostic and Easy, Cheap Repairs
If you decide to give our phone repair business a try, you can come in for a diagnostic that we will perform at no charge. We can tell you exactly what’s wrong with your phone and how we can fix it. Then, we will give you an outline of the price, all before charging you anything. If you don’t decide to fix your phone with us, that’s fine.
Those friends who have told you that getting your phone repaired is expensive probably have never chosen to do it. They may have even decided to repair their phones themselves, but getting the right tools for the job is usually way more costly than taking your phone to a professional.
Have Your Phone Repaired by a Professional
All in all, it’s the cheaper option to fix and keep your old phone than to go for a newer one. If you’re still not sure, you can stop by our shop to get your diagnostic test. Once you know how much it’ll cost to have your phone repaired, you can make the most informed decision possible.
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