New smartphone and electronics repair store now open in Mississauga
Has your smartphone broken long before your contract is up?
Fear not, a new smartphone and electronics repair shop is now open in Mississauga.
uBreakiFix recently announced that it has brought "top-tier smartphone repair" to SmartCentres Mississauga in Meadowvale.
The new store opened on Dec. 7 and is now fixing smartphones, tablets, computers, and other electronic devices at 3055 Argentia Road.
While common device repairs include smartphones, tablets, and computers, uBreakiFix says it offers repair service on anything with a power button, including drones, hoverboards, game consoles, and more.
uBreakiFix says it has completed more than 7 million repairs at its more than 500 locations across North America. While common fixes include shattered screens, software issues, and camera issues, the brand offers support for most technical problems on any electronic device, regardless of make or model.
An authorized service provider for both Samsung and Google, uBreakiFix provides Samsung Galaxy and Google Pixel customers with manufacturer-backed, same-day repair service using genuine parts.
"For the customer, this means enjoying all the convenience of walk-in repair without risking their smartphone's warranty or compromising features like water resistance. uBreakiFix's repair technicians are professionally trained using manufacturer-grade tools, tests, and processes to return devices to like-new condition," the brand said in a statement.
uBreakiFix Meadowvale is the first location for Iqbal Khan and Ali Asghar, who both have experience in the technology industry.
"We understand that people have fast-paced, busy lives, and because our time is valuable, we must spend those precious moments with people and on things that matter most," Khan said.
"You can drop off your device with us and run errands or meet up with a friend in Meadowvale, where you have so many options to shop or grab a bite to eat."
uBreakiFix was founded in 2009 by millennial entrepreneurs Justin Wetherill and David Reiff.
The duo soon partnered with Eddie Trujillo to transition their Internet-based repair brand to a brick-and-mortar model. Together, they opened the first uBreakiFix storefront in Orlando, Florida, followed by 46 additional corporate locations over the next four years.
uBreakiFix began franchising in 2013 and currently operates more than 540 locations across the U.S. and Canada.
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