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Leading tech repair franchise uBreakiFix announced 26 new store openings during the third quarter of 2019, bringing the brand’s total footprint to 545 stores across North America. In August, uBreakiFix also was formally acquired by global tech care company Asurion. As a subsidiary of Asurion, uBreakiFix maintains its brand, leadership team, and franchise model while enjoying increased support and expanding its network of customers.
The most expensive but safest option is to get a repair directly from the manufacturer or an authorized service center. Apple, Google, Samsung and most other manufacturers will replace your battery, screen and other parts for a fee. Samsung partners with a company called uBreakiFix that has nearly 500 locations across the country. Using an officially authorized repair center guarantees that your phone’s manufacturer won’t deny you service if you need a repair or help from them in the future.
As you prepare for Hurricane Dorian, one of the most important things you have to keep safe is your cell phone. Matt Allen from uBreakiFix Charlotte joins us with some advice on how to keep your cell phone safe.
One of the world’s largest electronics insurance companies is now one of America’s largest retail repair services, as Asurion has acquired uBreakiFix. While company buyouts can sometimes be bad news for consumers, we see this as a potential big step forward for uBreakiFix and the entire repair industry in general. Not only does this prove that repair is alive and well (and that big business is watching), it legitimizes independent repair and ensures that device owners who go through Asurion have even more options on where they can get their broken device fixed.
Asurion LLC has purchased one of the largest privately held companies in Central Florida. Orlando-based tech repair company UBreakiFix Co. has been sold to Asurion, the Nashville-based tech giant confirmed. The deal was first reported by the Orlando Business Journal, an NBJ sister outlet. “We want to make it easier for consumers to protect, connect and enjoy their technology,” Asurion CEO Tony Detter said in a statement. “As uBreakiFix joins the Asurion family, we can help fuel their growth, enabling both companies to reach even more customers with the best repair experience.”
UBreakiFix Co. — one of the largest privately held firms based in Central Florida — has been acquired. Nashville-based Asurion LLC bought the Orlando-based tech repair company, Asurion confirmed. “Both Asurion and uBreakiFix put customers first,” uBreakiFix co-founder Justin Wetherill said in a prepared statement. “Asurion has a history of customer-focused, industry-first innovations. We are excited to work together, with our franchise owners, to make peoples’ tech lives better. Orlando remains an integral part of the past, present and future of uBreakiFix, and uBreakiFix will continue to operate its headquarters at its home office in Orlando.”