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iPodResQ lowers Nano repair pricing

updated 12:00 pm EST, Wed December 28, 2005

iPodResQ lowers pricing

iPodResQ today announced that it has of its full-service iPod nano screen repair, allowing all iPod nano owners that have damaged screens same-day turn around and nationwide convenience. "We have received a large supply of brand new iPod nano LCDs and we are happy to be able to drop our flat rate repair price by a whopping $30 per repair. This represents more than a 20 percent savings for this service moving into 2006" said Ryan Arter, president of iPodResQ. "Since the first delivery of the iPod nano, we have been repairing broken or otherwise damaged screens on a daily basis. At this point we are proud to be the number one source for all out-of-warranty iPod repairs and are excited to be able to procure these new parts."

iPodResQ ships an "iBox" to any location in the U.S. that users return with up to two damaged iPods inside for $30. An iPodResQ technician makes contact after receiving the box with a detailed diagnostic, as well as a repair quote.

iPodResQ offers discounted rates on products and services for computer resellers and repair centers, and computer dealers can send overflow service work or outsource their entire iPod repair operation to iPodResQ. Volume discounts are also available to schools, corporations and government agencies.




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