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IPhone Repair Booming in Boise Idaho

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iPhone users in Boise Idaho are opting for affordable repairs instead of replacement.

Boise, Idaho, USA – March 20, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

There is definitely no stopping the boom in the smartphone industry and at the forefront of this exponential growth is Apple’s iPhone. Despite the company’s rapid expansion however, the brains of the company cannot afford to just sit back and relax because competitors like Samsung and other Android brands are also encroaching on its territory. This is why Apple continuously tries to outdo itself as they come up with higher, faster, and more user-friendly models.

With the company efforts in releasing newer phones every now and then, consumers sometimes find it more and more difficult to catch up with the latest models. In fact, many consumers now prefer to have their iPhones repaired rather than spending money on buying the latest models.

Many technology enthusiasts and economy analysts now say that there are lesser differences between older versions of iPhones and the new releases. Which is why there is a growing need for iPhone repair services. People have now realized that bringing their iPhones in for repair is more practical and more affordable rather than upgrading to newer models.

Al Loose, the owner of Loose Prices Mobile Device Repair Center, says that right now, iPhone repairs in Boise are booming. “We can perform most iPhone repairs in as little as thirty minutes, and repairs costs start as low as $30, so for many iPhone owners, its a no brainer.”

Customer Ryan Hill of Boise explained that his iPhone 4s was in to replace a cracked screen. “I work in the construction industry, and my iPhone takes a beating. This is the second time I’ve cracked my screen. The repairs are fast and don’t cost much so it works great for me.”

Other customers mentioned additional practical advantages of repair over replacement. For example, they didn’t want to go through the hassle of setting up a new device, re-creating their personal preferences, or transferring data from the old phone to the new. Some liked the fact that repairing was more environmentally friendly.

Whatever the reasons are, it is clear that repairing instead of replacing is a growing trend.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.looseprices.com

Contact Info:
Name: Al Loose
Email: looseprices@gmail.com
Address: 322 E. Franklin Rd. Meridian, ID 83642
Phone: 208-447-0293
Organization: Loose Prices Mobile Device Repair Center

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/iphone-repair-booming-in-boise-idaho/37164

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