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FastMac expands "just say no to crack"

updated 02:45 pm EST, Fri December 1, 2006

FastMac expands "crack"

FastMac has expanded its "just say no to crack" program, which offers same-day LCD replacements for Apple's iPod digital media players. Where the company had previously limited replacements to video iPods and iPod nanos, it now supports the older screens of fourth-generation iPods. FastMac uses only original Apple parts for its service to ensure fit and quality. Customers can pay $30 to receive a Do It Yourself kit, or $70 for FastMac to repair, clean, and optionally upgrade an iPod within 24 hours of receiving the unit. All screens have a one-year warranty and a 30-day money-back guarantee. FastMac initially launched the 'just say no to crack' iPod 'rehab' program in early November.




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