Today, our cell phones are so much more than just a way to call a friend. Most of us use them as part of our day-to-day jobs, to video call far-away relatives, and to stay up-to-date on news and events—meaning a broken cell phone can impact many facets of our lives.
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— Marysia, Google Reviews
Free estimates: All services start with a free diagnosis and estimate. Your personal repair technicians will contact you directly once they diagnose your device. If you decide the price or timeline isn’t right for you, we’ll ship your phone straight back to you.
Multiple discount options: We offer multiple ways to save. If you need to schedule multiple cell phone repair services or are experiencing multiple issues on a single device, we can offer specific discounts on your services.
90-day warranties: Our repairs are backed by 90-day warranties to ensure everything works how it’s supposed to for as long as it should. But let’s be clear—our goal is that you won’t need to use this.
Overnight turnaround times: We understand how important your phone is to your daily life. We offer overnight repairs for those times when you just can’t be without it.
Can you change an iPhone battery? Yes, you can change your iPhone battery. If it’s not working properly, scheduling an iPhone battery replacement service with iResQ.
Where to fix my Samsung phone: iResQ! We offer Samsung repair services with overnight shipping available. All of our repairs come with a 90-day warranty as well.
Can you repair a broken phone screen? A cracked or broken phone screen is one of the most common issues we see. While it might seem pretty simple, there are a few key steps to keep in mind during the process—or else you may run the risk of ruining your phone completely. For more information, read our blog for tips on how to repair a phone screen.
How to fix iPhone speaker: Is your speaker sound distorted or just simply not working? First try troubleshooting your settings to make sure it’s not a user error. Go to Settings > Sounds and move the Ringer and Alerts slider back and forth a couple times to see if you can hear sound. If you still can’t hear anything, it may be a hardware issue. In this case, schedule a repair service with iResQ.