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Mobile Lifestyle Product Repair Has Now Gone Mobile(December 01, 2011)
Los Angeles, Calif. (PRWEB) December 01, 2011
iBroken, Inc., the Apple(R)iPhone, iPod and iPad repair company, is proud to announce the launch of its new mobile repair truck division along with a new company website. Based out of Simi Valley, CA, iBroken has expanded operations at its office/warehouse facility and now has the first mobile iProduct repair vehicle successfully servicing the greater Los Angeles area.
"There are competitors in the iProduct repair space, both online and with retail locations, but we are the first to combine mobile repair operations with our mail-in and buy-back programs via 'snail' mail and/or the internet to our warehouse facility," said Brett Shuemaker, iBroken's COO. "In today's mobile world, many customers simply cannot be without their phone for a day or two to send it in for repairs. Our mobile repair truck is the answer."
The iBroken truck comes to you, the customer; and repairs are done on-site, usually in about 20 minutes.
Anyone interested in learning more about the mobile repair truck can follow us on Twitter @iBrokenTruck, or on our website at http://www.ibroken.com - which has a map that will give you exact truck locations and destinations listed on our calendar.
"Millions are spent every year on iPhone repairs," said Mr. Shuemaker. iBroken is working on grabbing a significant piece of the national repair business. Future plans include increasing the mobile repair truck presence in Los Angeles and expanding throughout the nation via iBroken truck franchises.
iBroken(TM) hits the streets on November 21, 2011 and is easily traceable via Twitter @iBrokenTruck and Facebook/iBroken.
- For more information, visit: http://www.ibroken.com
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