Remember that time when you broke your smartphone’s screen and it seemed such a herculean task just to find a place to repair it? All of that is now a thing of the past. Cashify, India’s biggest portal for exchanging your old smartphone for money, brings you ScreenPro – which will remove all kinds of issues you have ever had with screen repair problems.
Sing Along To Your Repair
ScreenPro gives you a doorstep service for repairing your device’s broken screen. Obviously, this saves you time and effort.
To make things sweeter, ScreenPro has been running a radio campaign on Fever 104 & Hit 95 FM to let everyone know about the delight that is ScreenPro’s screen replacement solutions. Tune in to your radio!
How ScreenPro Works
ScreenPro’s process is fairly simple. Just tell us which phone of yours has a broken screen, and you will receive an instant fair, fast, free & transparent quote for your broken smartphone screen repair.
What makes ScreenPro so unique is not only the fact that it offers the best possible price for repairing your screen but also that ScreenPro will come straight to your place for repairs.
All of ScreenPro officials are trained specialists that have professional experience in screen repairs, so you need not worry about any data loss or further damage to the phone. Another one of the best parts about ScreenPro is that you can book an appointment 24*7. Also any and all screen replacement done by ScreenPro has a 6 months replacement guarantee.
As it so happens ScreenPro is currently running a massive offer on the iPhone 6 wherein ScreenPro will offer screen repair service for as low as Rs.999. You just have to use the promo code SP999.
That’s Not All
We’re also bringing in social media contest which will run across the brand’s Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages from 10th August to 19th August. It’s called #PhoneKaEmotion, and it is quite simple really.
A phone with a broken screen will be posted on all the social media channels with a song posted alongside it, describing its broken screen. One word will be omitted in each song and you just have to guess which word it is. Here’s an example to make things simpler:
Sheesha ho ya ____ ho,
Akhir Toot jata hai.