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IN THE NEWS

Gotta Be Mobile | Oct 17, 2018

Google Pixel 2 XL uBreakiFix Repair Review

If you need to repair a broken Pixel phone take it to a uBreakiFix store, Google’s official retail partner and walk-in repair center. I recently had the misfortune of shattering my Pixel 2 XL display, and here’s a review of uBreakiFix and the repair process. In short, the experience was amazing. I was able to call my local uBreakiFix store, take a quick 10-minute drive, and get my Pixel 2 XL screen replaced in under one hour. Repaired with official OEM parts supplied directly by Google.

West | Oct 17, 2018

Leading Tech Repair Brand uBreakiFix Opens 40 New Stores in 2018 Third Quarter, Extends Partnership with Samsung Electronics America

uBreakiFix announced significant growth for the third quarter of 2018, boasting a total of 40 new stores. These third quarter additions bring the brand’s total footprint to 448 stores across North America, marking a 135 percent increase from last year’s third quarter growth.

Entrepreneur | Oct 1, 2018

Best Franchises for Less Than $100,000

uBreakiFix ranked No. 1 on Entrepreneur’s list of Best Franchises for Less Than $100,000. As the top-ranked franchise, uBreakiFix received coverage in the October print issue of Entrepreneur Magazine.

Penn Live | Sep 26, 2018

uBreakiFix opens West Shore location

uBreakiFix, a technology repair company, just opened a new location on Sept. 14 at 4957 Carlisle Pike in Hampden Township. uBreakiFix says it will repair anything with a power button from smartphones and game consoles to tablets, computers and drones.

Techlicious | Sep 24, 2018

Does a pop-up mean your phone has been hacked?

You might have experienced this: Surfing the web on your smartphone and a pop-up window appears on the screen, claiming you’ve won a prize or that you have a virus and you need to call a tech support number. Or maybe they’re just annoying pop-up ads that won’t go away. Has your phone been hacked or infected with malware? uBreakiFix Director of Training Josh Galindo shares tips for dealing with Android malware.

Engadget | Sep 23, 2018

Google and uBreakiFix provide free Pixel repairs to hurricane victims

If you own one of Google’s Pixel phones and it fell victim to Hurricane Florence, relief might be at hand. Google is partnering with uBreakiFix to offer free repairs for any Pixel phone damaged in the storm. So long as you can visit one of uBreakiFix’s locations in North Carolina, South Carolina or Virginia, the repair shop will fix cracked screens and water damage at no cost. You don’t need an appointment to take advantage of the offer.