Express Mobile Phone Repair
137 E 1000 N
Spanish Fork, UT 84660
- iPhone Repair
- Android Repair
- iPad Repair
- Water Damage
- Data Recovery
- Micro Solder
Welcome to Express Phone Repair
When you need your device repaired quickly and affordably it can be hard to know who you can trust. At Express Mobile Repair we employ fully trained and certified Level 3 technicians. This means that we can repair just about anything in your device. We do screen replacements, charge ports, volume buttons, headphone jacks, bent frames, power buttons, and more. After your device is repaired you can protect it with our in-house Parachute protection plan or a wide variety of protective cases and tempered glass screen protectors.
One of our most popular services. Our technicians are extremely proficient in all things iPhone. We offer a variety of iPhone services from screen replacements to GSM unlocking. Call for more details.
There are hundreds of Android phone models available to choose from and we can fix them all. From the charge port on the bottom to the headphone jack at the top we are the technicians of choice. Call for individual repair pricing.
Tablets are increasingly common and big screens are prone to accidents. The next time your iPad or any other tablet is involved in an accident bring it to us, we can help!
Electronic devices and liquids do not play well together. Even if your device seems to be working properly after having been wet it is only a matter of time before the corrosion causes irreversible damage to circuit board level components. The sooner you bring wet devices in the better its chances of survival.
We have all the right equipment to take care of potential solder needs. These repairs are usually so small they can't be done without the use of a microscope! Not to worry, we have a few and we have steady hands. We will get your devices back up and running in no time.
Do you just want the data off your damaged device? We can usually "repair" your device temporarily, just long enough to pull your data off or send it to the cloud where it can be accessed by your new device.