uBreakiFix® by Asurion, a leading electronics repair company, has launched its newest franchise location in Campus District, at 1586 N High Street in the Ohio State University Campus Gateway District, directly across from the university bookstore. From smartphones, tablets, and computers to game consoles, smart speakers, and drones—and anything in between—the store offers skilled repair services for anything with a power button.
While broken screens, battery troubles, and water damage are popular repairs, uBreakiFix repair specialists have repaired over 13 million devices and can assist with almost any tech issue, with most basic repairs taking two hours or less. Tom Davidson, a local, is the owner of University District.repair professionals work on all types of gadgets, regardless of make or model, and some products, such as Samsung Galaxy and Google Pixel smartphones, are authorised repair providers.
Customers can schedule repairs online or visit the store for walk-in service. All gadgets are eligible for free, no-obligation diagnostics, as well as a low-price promise and a 90-day warranty. After co-founder Justin Wetherill’s smartphone was dropped and fractured in 2009, the idea for a simple, reasonable repair solution arose. Wetherill co-founded the company with David Reiff and Eddie Trujillo, and it has since expanded from a single storefront in Orlando, Florida, to over 700 sites across the United States and Canada.
In 2019, uBreakiFix joined the Asurion® family and is now a subsidiary of the tech care provider. Dave Barbuto, CEO of uBreakiFix. “We all rely on our phones and laptops more than ever before, and our purpose at uBreakiFix is more than replacing shattered screens and faulty charge ports. People rely on technology to stay connected to things that are essential to them, so we fix it. I’m excited to start serving this community in our new University District site.”