5 Reasons to Get Your Mobile Phone Repaired Than Replace It

by Andrew Gardiner, December 13, 2016

Mobile phones can fail, get damaged, malfunction, and scratched. These incidents may seem devastating especially if they cause seemingly irreparable problems. But hold on—you probably don’t need to buy a new phone yet. It is almost always a better idea to have your mobile phone repaired than to replace it. Mobile phone repair is a practical way to restore a damaged phone, especially if you want to save time, money, and effort. Take a look at these five reasons why you should get your mobile phone repaired instead of replacing it:

  1. It’s more environmentally friendly – Every time a phone is disposed, it typically goes to a landfill. Its toxic chemicals and metals may leak into the soil and affect ground water.  Mobile phone repair can minimise your landfill contributions and lessen your impact to the environment.
  1. Personal attachment –The phone may even be a sentimental object for you especially if it was given to you by a loved one. Having your phone repaired is the best option if you are too attached to it.
  1. Keep your data – Getting your mobile phone repaired is more convenient and less stressful because it means that you no longer have to transfer all of your data to your new phone. And if you have been using your mobile phone for a while, it probably has hundreds (even thousands) of photos, music files, videos, and other important things you cannot easily let go of. Mobile phone repair lets you keep all that data.
  1. Cost – Mobile phone repair is typically cheaper than buying a new smartphone. This is especially true for Apple products or high-end phones from brands like Samsung, HTC, LG, and Sony.
  1. Save time – Mobile phone repair only takes a day or two when an expert does it. You do not have to bother with looking up replacement phones and comparing prices.

 

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