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Star date: 15th December 2012

SALFORD iPHONE, iPAD and iPOD NET REPAIR BUSINESS GOES NATIONAL

A web business begun in Salford for people looking for a local repair service to sort broken iPads, iPhones, iPods and Macs has gone national. The iTechnician site specialises in Apple devices and puts users in instant touch with someone who can fix anything from broken screens to knackered batteries and headphone jacks.

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A web-based business first launched in Salford has gone national. iTechnician.co.uk is an online site that pairs users of iPads, iPhones, iPods and Macs with local repair services, and claims unique characteristics which sets it apart from others.

Those who are looking for a repair service simply enter their postcode and device into a drop down menu, click `search' and the site brings up the nearest repair centre with distance, contact details and whether they do a walk in, call out or mail in service. There is also a `request a quote' e-form.

"Born and raised in Salford it was only natural form me to roll out the iTechnician.co.uk service to the people of Salford first" says iTechnician founder Ali Mohammed "We have since expanded the service to other UK cities such as London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Liverpool, Leeds and Nottingham amongst others."

"I started iTechnician.co.uk because I knew all too well about the frustration of needing iPhone repairs" he adds "I also understand that many people in the UK need and want fast iPad repair and Mac repairs and so I wanted to unite them with a service that can do this."

Anyone can use the site without registering, while any repair service can register to be included for free.

For more details see the website at www.iTechnician.co.uk

On Twitter and Facebook search iTechnician.co.uk

And for the blog page see www.iTechnician.co.uk/blog/

Collin Davies wrote
at 09:28:59 on 09 May 2014
That's not a fair comment John Welsh. They repair the device while you are present. I had an iTechnician come out to my hotel when I shattered the screen and I was really impressed with the service.
 
John Welsh wrote
at 18:53:30 on 07 January 2014
Bloody scam / con artists. Gave them my phone to repair I was given a different phone that was broken. They steal good iPhones replace them with a different generation iPhone and tell you that you're wrong. I do not recommend them.
 
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