A new electronics repair shop, Asurion Tech Repair & Solutions, has opened its doors in Fayetteville at 4225 A Ramsey Street by Lowe’s Home Improvement and Big Lots.
Formerly known as uBreakiFix, Asurion Tech Repair & Solutions brings the company’s retail footprint to more than 800 locations across the United States.
The store offers professional fixes for most consumer electronics such as smartphones, tablets, computers, gaming consoles, smart speakers, drones, and more. The repair experts have fixed many devices and can help with any tech mishap including basic repairs.
The store is owned by Angelo Giannakopoulos and Timothy Moorehead, who also own six additional stores across North and South Carolina.
“We saw the need for an affordable tech repair provider in Fayetteville, so I’m excited for Asurion Tech Repair & Solutions to fill that gap,” said Giannakopoulos. “Connecting locals to the people, places, and things that matter most is our number one priority, in addition to offering superb customer service, and we look forward to serving this community well.”
Customers can book appointments online or stop by the store for walk-in service. There is no fee and a one-year warranty on all repairs. There are also no-obligation diagnostics offered.. The business also offers price match guarantee on any local competitor’s price on the same repair.
“We are excited to serve people in Fayetteville with fast and affordable tech repair,” added Dave Barbuto, CEO of Asurion Tech Repair & Solutions. “We all rely on our phones and laptops more than ever before, and our mission is bigger than repairing shattered screens and broken charge ports. We fix tech because people depend on it to stay connected to things that are important to them. I look forward to serving this community through our new location.”
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