iPod Repair Company offers new level of service that's taking the repair market by storm.

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Mission Repair launches it's "Got Repair" Program that in included with many of their award-winning repair services. This gives customers peace of mind that if they every break or damage their device again, they will repair it again.

Ever wondered what you'd do if you dropped your iPhone?

What good is a lifetime warranty on a service if you have to pay full price again if you break you device again?

Mission Repair, the Nation's leader in iPod, iPad, iPhone and Laptop Computer Repair services released their exclusive "Got Repair" program announcing Lifetime repairs on many of their services.

"What good is a lifetime warranty on a service if you have to pay full price again if you break you device again?" Asked Ryan Arter, President. "I created the 'Got Repair' program to give customers peace of mind when shopping for their next iPad repair or MacBook repair. I want Mission Repair to be there for the customer if they break or damage the unit again. In most cases, our customers have already had a bad experience with breakage of dropped units - that's why we are in business. Since we see repeat customers, I wanted to design a program for this situation."

Mission Repair's "Got Repair" program can be explained simply:

1. Think of it as "The Real Lifetime Warranty". Check the competition. When they offer lifetime warranties, this doesn't include breakage again on the part you had repaired. What good is a lifetime warranty on a piece of glass that only fails when it breaks? Our "Got Repair" program covers re-repairing damaged glass and screens.

2. Think of it as a "Thank You" for coming back to Mission Repair. If you have your device repaired with us, you already know that it can be broken. And if you should somehow accidentally or intentionally damage it again, we want you to come back to Mission Repair. We would make more money by charging you full price but you may decide not to repair your device more than once. Our "Got Repair" program benefits encourage repeat business with a special thank you to every Mission Repair customer.

3. Think of it as the "New Standard" in which services should be performed. Mission Repair pioneers many programs and we set the standard for the market.

4. Think of it as the opposite of "Insurance". Insurance is just that. You buy insurance "in case" something happens to your unit. If nothing happens, you still pay. Additionally, most insurance plans require a deductible and stringent rules to filing a claim. Our "Got Repair" benefits cost you nothing up front. Rather, we charge a small service fee for any repeat repair. You can have the unit re-repaired once or 1000 times, this service fee will remain the same.

Mission Repair, The Intelligent Choice.

Mission Repair offers "Got Repair" benefits on many of their services. If you use Mission Repair and ever break or damage the part again, they will repair it again - no other business in the market offers this advantage! See the website for details.

About Mission Repair
The 2009, 2010 and 2011 Award Winning iPhone Repair Center. Mission Repair is your choice for full-service iPad, iPod, MacBook and Cell Phone Repair Services. Mission Repair currently offers repair services for iPods, iPhones, Apple Laptop Computers (including MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, MacBook, PowerBook and iBook), gaming consoles (including PSP), Cell Phones with new programs coming online often.

Mission Repair is Accredited though the Greater Kansas City Better Business Bureau and is a Proud Member of the Olathe, Kansas Chamber of Commerce. They employ Apple Certified Macintosh Technicians.

With a 100% customer service mentality, http://www.missionrepair.com is your one-stop repair service center with support for all makes and models of iPods, iPhones and Macintosh Portable Systems, Cell Phones & Gaming Consoles.

Mission Repair
19941 West 162nd Street
Olathe, Kansas 66062


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