Locations now open across the United States and Canada
Phones, tablets, laptops, and consoles repaired.
Loyal customers over the years!
Tech repairs are big business. uBreakiFix opened 95 stores in 2019, ending the year with 559 locations across North America. Texas remains one of uBreakiFix’s highest volume states with 50 locations, followed by its home state of Florida, which boasts 84 stores.
A franchise firm which specializes in fixing smartphones, tables and other electronics, has opened a new location at 5668 Grape Road in Mishawaka. The location is franchise operators John Bailey Jr. and John Bailey III four location for uBreakiFix and first in Indiana. Their other locations are in Michigan, in Kalamazoo, West Lansing and Flint Township.
A new uBreakiFix location has opened up in Smart Center Meadowvale, on 3055 Argentia Road, Unit B2. uBreakiFix is a technology repair chain with over 540 locations across North America, and 48 across Canada, which can fix almost any electronic device.
uBreakiFix brings its top-tier smartphone repair to the Lyndon Shopping Center in San Marcos. The new store opened on Nov. 19 and is now fixing smartphones, tablets, computers, and other electronic devices at 200 Springtown Way, Suite 112. While common device repairs include smartphones, tablets, and computers, uBreakiFix offers repair service on anything with a power button, including drones, hoverboards, game consoles, and everything in between.
uBreakiFix and its 30-something co-founder and CEO Justin Wetherill have a well-heeled corporate parent now that electronics insurance giant Asurion bought the 10-year-old electronics repair franchise with its 545-plus stores this fall. uBreakiFix is now a subsidiary of Nashville-based Asurion, with the franchise model, its headquarters in Orlando and Wetherill’s post as chief executive of the brand expected to remain intact, he said.
CTIA, the wireless industry association, today announced the Wireless Industry Service Excellence (WISE) Authorized Service Provider (ASP) Certification Program. The WISE ASP program creates a network of certified retail locations, helping consumers identify qualified providers that meet the highest standards for service quality and wireless device repair… “Both uBreakiFix and our parent company, Asurion, are committed to the highest levels of quality and providing the best service in the industry,” said uBreakiFix President and Co-founder Justin Wetherill. “The WISE ASP program will give consumers peace of mind that repairs will meet or exceed industry standards, and we are proud to have played a role in establishing that standard.” uBreakiFix, recently acquired by Asurion, operates 540 stores providing walk-in repair options for a wide variety of mobile devices.