TCA Wireless Samsung Cell Phone & iPhone iPad Repair Honolulu Hawaii
94-144 Farrington Hwy, Waipahu, HI 96797
Phone: (808) 677-5777
Phone: (808) 792-1483
Phone: (808) 330-5477
Phone: (808) 792-1484
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Price Range : Average
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03/01/2012Provided by Citysearch -
I had recently gone there myself to fix my iPhone, and from what I see, it is well worth the price. The guy there puts a lot of time into making sure your iPhone is okay when he fixes it, and to me, that in itself is worth the price. It is unfortunate that people like the reviewer above review stores so selfishly, and they don't take into consideration the time and effort placed into your phone. I say to this reviewer, yes, the price is cheap to bring it in, but what about the peace of mind you get knowing your phone is working when you leave the store? Given that you cannot see that, and that you probably may not make very much money to begin with, good luck with your phone, and I hope you find someone who can meet your unrealistic expectations, because you pay for what you get in this world, and when you find someone who can do it on the cheap, find your phone not working the next day, and find out that the place you went to either closed down or the salesperson ran off, you yourself can have the time and patience to take apart this phone and work on it. Hacks? Please. Don't insult people unless you have been on the other sside of the table, and you know what it's like.
02/18/2012Provided by Citysearch -
As if things weren't bad enough economy wise these hacks who often don't deliver as promised, often find new or hidden things to charge. Will tell you that there is no hope in repairing your phone, and that you should buy a new one... well just ask them for something unique and be prepared to get slammed. I wanted to change the color of my iPhone. Liked the look of a friends and thought ""hey I'll do mine"". Mistake I would rather find anyone else other than them to do it. Outrageous what they charge for parts that can be found on Amazon or eBay for pennies they start in the hundreds. What a rip. Watch your wallet when you go in theat joint.