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It happens to the best of us. A perfectly good phone ruined because it couldn't handle a slight disagreement with gravity, or a battle with inertia, or a harmless little swim. It's almost as if manufacturers don't understand that dropping your Samsung in the toilet while mindlessly peeing one-handed is unavoidable, and "accidentally" launching your iPhone at the wall because smashing it repeatedly on the table wasn't working fast enough is just simple physics.

Regardless of your personal horror stories, a broken phone is a pain in the ass, especially after it cost you a whole pay check to buy one. The good news is, a lot of times your busted device can be fixed, saving you loads of money and getting you back to all your communication needs in no time. While there are plenty of sheisty repair shops popping up around town, you really don't want to get scammed.

uBreakiFix has over 100 locations in North America, including 4 in Montreal, and have repaired more than 50,000 devices every month, so you know they're doing something right. Their hardware repair experts specialize in everything from smartphones, to tablets, to computers, even game consoles, and you can get your device fixed often on the same day. Everyone is super friendly and will keep you updated every step of the way, so there won't be any unexpected surprises or get charged a penny if they can't fix it.

Instead of writing-off your cracked iPhone and replacing it for hundreds of dollars, it's worth seeing if it can be repaired. uBreakiFix offers free diagnostics on any device as well as a 90-day warranty on all parts and labour. On top of that, a lower price guarantee means they'll beat any competitor pricing by $5. They also offer a 15% discount for students. So have one too many drinks tonight and drop your phone getting out of the cab, uBreakiFix doesn't judge.

Check out their Facebook Page and website for details and locations.

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