We’ve all been there and you’re not alone.
The sickening sound a phone makes as the screen cracks on the floor, or as it sinks to the bottom of the pool along with your dignity, is the kind of problem we all face at one point or another.
No, friend on Facebook, sticking it in rice isn’t going to make everything OK again.
Sometimes you have to enlist the help of the real pros, and when it comes to fixing phones you’re going to want to deal with WeFix.
Not only do they offer the best prices on making those screen cracks a thing of the past (HERE), but they also offer the most convenient service you’ll find going around.
Head over to their site HERE and you’ll see the top bar with the magical ‘BOOK IN MY DEVICE’ tab – we’ll make it really easy, it’s the button all the way to the right:
Then it’s just the three simple steps – pick your province, pick the nearest store to where you want it picked up from, and fill out the booking form.
That’s all the usual details – the make of the phone, your contact deets, and what kind of service you require for example.
When that’s done you’ll send an email to email@example.com, requesting a pickup and return from your specified destination.
How’s this for a good time – if that address is within the Cape Town CBD it’s FREE, with an additional charge only applying to surrounding areas.
[Heads up – there are 34 WeFix stores nationwide, including Jozi, Durban and PE, so it’s not just a down South thing].
Then you hand over your beloved phone, awkwardly navigate the world sans mobile until your problem is taken care of, and wait for it to arrive back at your doorstep.
It sure beats busting out the Tastic and hoping for the best.
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