DISH Network has deployed its nationwide fleet of professional technicians that are skilled to reach any U.S. home or business and repair iPhones for consumers.
This service will be offered regardless of whether one is a DISH customer or not. Smart Phone Repair from DISH delivers a technician directly to a customer’s door. DISH’s network of skilled technicians in all 50 states will repair cracked screens and replace batteries on Apple’s iPhone 5, 5c, 5s, 6 and 6 Plus.
In the coming months, the company plans to expand its service to include additional devices and Smartphone accessories. With transparent pricing and trusted technicians, DISH has eliminated the hassle and uncertainty of Smartphone repair for consumers nationwide. “Fixing your phone shouldn’t mean losing your phone for days on end, so we come to you – whether you’re at the office, the gym or even the coffee shop,” John Swieringa, the executive vice president of Operations said in a press release.
“DISH is uniquely positioned with the technical know-how and ability to respond to a customer’s needs in every state across the country.” The statement added that DISH uses high-quality replacement parts from respected third parties while repair prices are consistent across the country and offered upfront. Additionally, DISH offers onsite corporate events, providing a convenient solution for large-scale repairs on enterprise smartphones and employees’ personal devices.
“Instead of paying $650 or more to replace a Smartphone, our technicians step in to extend the life of the phone when a screen shatters or a battery loses its charge,” Swieringa added. DISH offers appointments seven days a week including same-day and next-day availability, and guarantees all repair work with a 60-day warranty.
Customers reserve their onsite service with a one-time $35 “Drive to Me” travel fee that allows their technician to repair one device or many during the visit.
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