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Wannabe Geek


# 37334 11-Jul-2009 01:14
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Which is the best?

MFR
Nokia
Omni tech
Parallel imports
Fonefix
Mutual

I;ve tried Mutual,MFR and Omni really sucks took me almost 3 weeks to get my nokia n97,N95 and N85 LCD repaired and its really expensive 349-250-300 respectively. i'm planning to go abroad which is the fastest and quality wise for my iphone 3g no warranty?

Thanks in advance guys

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Master Geek


  # 234034 11-Jul-2009 12:46
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try Multifix Ltd based in auckland, those guys are awsm, they do all sorts of repairs and also mobile ohones, and they are pretty cheap

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  # 234046 11-Jul-2009 13:07
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For Nokia I would go to Nokia Care.

 
 
 
 




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Wannabe Geek


  # 234069 11-Jul-2009 14:09
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its none warranty guys. i'm looking for the cheapest and with no assesment fee. thanks for the replies cheers

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Master Geek


  # 234190 11-Jul-2009 19:41
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go for multifix ltd dude, they are based in lynnfield auckland

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  # 234228 11-Jul-2009 22:03
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MFR is crap.

Based on the last couple of years i've had to deal with them for one reason or another.





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Wannabe Geek


# 234797 13-Jul-2009 16:31
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I have learned repairing phones for several months but still no confidence to fix your high-end mobiles.

If you are willing to, i can help you send them abroad for reparing. that is much cheaper and just needs 2weeks.Wink



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Wannabe Geek


  # 234845 13-Jul-2009 18:53
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Really appreciate it a lot. but i had already send it to fonefix for repair it was awsome just 30 mins to change the digitizer and LCD just for 299. check this site guys www.fonefix.co.nz

cheers

rv

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Master Geek


  # 235386 14-Jul-2009 22:26
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Hi guys..maybe someone can help..seems like my LCD screen is gone!- phone works but can't see anything- any suggestions re repairing?? and where..cheers

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  # 235417 14-Jul-2009 23:05
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What model of phone is it? and where abouts are you based?

rv

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Master Geek


  # 235579 15-Jul-2009 11:45
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sorry- its N95 and im in Hamilton-cheers



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Wannabe Geek


  # 235815 15-Jul-2009 20:12
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you can try fonefix.co.nz they can send you the courier bag to your address, same what i did. hope this helps

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  # 236878 19-Jul-2009 14:09
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i hve tried parallel import. I was not at all happy with their service. Took 7 weeks to get my phone back. was not able to give any loan handset and the phone is still faulty

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  # 236879 19-Jul-2009 14:10
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mastergeek: i hve tried parallel import. I was not at all happy with their service. Took 7 weeks to get my phone back. was not able to give any loan handset and the phone is still faulty


With my iPhone, when I bought it from PI, they lent me a phone albeit a budget phone, but it did the job) and it was done the next day.






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  # 236886 19-Jul-2009 15:04
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Lucky U.. or might be unlucky me.. haha


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  # 239379 27-Jul-2009 16:16
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Any suggestions of places in Wellington? My android developer phone got its screen cracked while I was in Manila. Went to MobileFoneRepair only to discover that the Wellington shop no longer exists :-(

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