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IN THE NEWS
Biz New Orleans | Jun 1, 2017

Getting the Most From Your Gadgets: Tips for Promoting Device Longevity

Mike Melito, owner of uBreakiFix stores in New Orleans and Metairie, authored a guest column for Biz New Orleans with steps businesses and individuals can take to promote device longevity.

Reviewed.com (USA Today Network) | May 15, 2017

This is the one thing people always forget when buying a new phone

Reviewed.com, part of the USA Today network, profiled various repair options to consider when buying a new phone.  The article notes that Google has pushed down repair costs with its new Pixel and Pixel XL phones through partnering with uBreakiFix, a repair chain with several hundred locations.

Inside NOVA | May 17, 2017

uBreakiFix opens new repair center in Gainesville

The latest uBreakiFix repair center has opened in Northern Virginia. The Gainesville location joins six others in the region, including Manassas, Woodbridge and Dumfries.

Talk of Alabama | May 18, 2017

Talk of Alabama 5/18/17 uBreakiFix

Talk of Alabama sat down with uBreakiFix Birmingham’s store manager to discuss why UBIF brings a huge value add to the community.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review | May 22, 2017

Electronics repair shop opens in Wilkins

The Penn Center East Plaza in Wilkins is the latest location for a growing technology repair chain — uBreakiFix — that provides same-day service on most electronics and specializes in cellphone and computer repairs. The Wilkins location is one of five in the Pittsburgh region; others are in Robinson, North Hills, South Hills and Pittsburgh’s Bloomfield neighborhood.

KELO-TV | May 7, 2017

Outsmarting Smartphone Hackers

KELO-TV, the local CBS affiliate in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, reached out to uBreakiFix as a resource for a consumer interest segment on “Outsmarting Smartphone Hackers.”