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iPhone Repair – $30 Flat Labor with Free Shipping

April 16th, 2010

We do a lot of iPod and iPhone Repair here. So much in fact, that today we’re dropping the labor fees on our iPhone send-in service to a flat $30 labor. When you factor in our free shipping options where we send you a box at no cost, we’re confident you won’t find a better price with a higher quality. If you do happen to find a lower price, we’ve got a best price guarantee as well. If we can’t match or beat a repair cost, we’ll give you $25 in store credit.

We can change virtually any component on your iPhone. If you need multiple components changed, or your repair takes 5 hours, the fee is still just $30 as it is a flat labor charge per device.

Click Here to Visit our iPhone Service Center Page

Why Choose PowerbookMedic?

  • 1 Year Warranty on Parts and Service
  • Free Round Trip Shipping or UPS Store Drop Off
  • Free Diagnosis (If you don’t want your iPhone repaired, you don’t pay!)
  • Guaranteed 24 hour repair time for iPhones at no additional cost!
  • Best Price Guaranteed
  • Here are the total costs for some of the more common iPhone repairs.
    * All of these prices include part cost, labor, and shipping.

    iPhone 3G Glass Repair – $69.95
    iPhone 3GS Glass Repair – $69.95

    iPhone 3G LCD Repair – $89.95
    iPhone 3GS LCD Repair – $89.95

    iPhone 1G LCD and Glass Repair – $129.95

    * We only use original parts for replacements. We do not use copies or cheap knock offs. We stand behind our products, and as such offer a one year warranty with them.

    If you’re up to repairing your iPhone yourself, we do sell iPhone parts direct and offer free iPhone Repair Guide videos.


    2 Responses to “iPhone Repair – $30 Flat Labor with Free Shipping”

    1. 2
      Bradley Says:

      We can likely fix the issue. I’d give us a call at 1-866-726-3342, option 2 to get a quote.

    2. 1
      Gil Montero Says:

      I would like to have my 1st gen iPhone repaired. One day i plugged it in to charge it and i think the cord may have been wet and shorted it out. (or something. wont turn on) Can you fix this issue?
      Please reply
      Thanks

      Gil.

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    * Any prices mentioned in this blog are valid for the date of the blog post only and are subject to change.