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uBreakiFix, an industry leader in electronics repair, today announced an extended partnership with Google to provide an exclusive walk-in repair option for the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones, the new flagship phones from Google which launched October 19.
Farragut residents have a new place to have their electronics repaired. An uBreakiFix franchise has opened a store at 11133 Parkside Drive in Turkey Creek. The store, locally owned and operated by Chance Barnett, Kevin O’Beirne, wife Teresa O’Beirne and son Chris O’Beirne, celebrated its opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by Farragut West Knox Chamber of Commerce.
Business Insider compares the cost-value benefits of Google’s Preferred Care Plan versus one-off repair options through uBreakiFix for the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.
uBreakiFix opened in St. Matthews on September 10 at 4151 Shelbyville Road. The fast-growing technology repair brand provides same-day repair service of all electronics, specializing in cell phone repair and computer repair at its more than 335 locations across North America. uBreakiFix St. Matthews is the brand’s second location in Kentucky and second of five planned Louisville locations for owners Tom Lessaris, Tom Scaggs, Louis Milill and Zachary Leturgey, who also own uBreakiFix Jeffersontown, which opened last fall.
Kevin Cundiff, VP of Services and Development at uBreakiFix, shares careers lessons learned throughout his executive journey.
In the wake of the devastating flooding and damage Hurricane Harvey brought to Houston, Google is teaming up with phone repair service uBreakiFix to offer free repairs of damaged Google Pixel phones to victims of Harvey.