IN THE PRESS

Franchising
350

Locations now open across the United States and Canada

Repairs
4.09m

Phones, tablets, laptops, and consoles repaired.

Returning Customer
3.25m

Loyal customers over the years!

IN THE NEWS

Globe Newswire | Sep 23, 2021

Tech Repair Leader uBreakiFix® to Rebrand U.S. Stores as Asurion Tech Repair & Solutions™

Leading tech repair retailer uBreakiFix® by Asurion has announced plans to rebrand as Asurion Tech Repair & Solutions™. The rebrand will roll out across all 650+ U.S. stores and nearly 600 mobile repair vehicles beginning in Q4 2021. Driven by extensive shopper research, rebranding the uBreakiFix stores to more closely align with parent company Asurion® is expected to increase marketing and operational efficiencies, create growth opportunities for stores, and enable the stores to provide a greater range of tech care services to customers. The rebranding efforts will take a phased approach beginning in late 2021 and continuing throughout 2022. In the meantime, customers can continue to visit ubreakifix.com/locations to find their nearest store location, view a service menu, or schedule a repair appointment.

uBreakiFix News | Sep 15, 2021

Tech Repair Retailer UBreakiFix® Appoints Best Buy® Veteran Wendy Fritz As Chief Commercial Officer

Leading tech repair provider uBreakiFix® by Asurion has appointed seasoned retail strategist Wendy Fritz as its first-ever Chief Commercial Officer. Fritz brings to the role extensive experience leading retail operations, merchandising, and enterprise growth for national retailers like Dick’s Sporting Goods®, At Home®, and Best Buy®, where she worked for 20 years. Most recently, Fritz served as a consultant for a variety of retail franchises before joining the uBreakiFix executive team. Fritz’s appointment comes during an explosive growth year for uBreakiFix, with nearly 90 new locations pushing the company’s total footprint north of 700 stores. On top of continued growth, Fritz is responsible for continuing to innovate the company’s in-store and mobile retail. 

The Wall Street Journal | Sep 7, 2021

Have an Older iPhone? Here’s a Guide to Getting the Best Performance

Before you rush to buy a new phone, take a closer look at the one you’ve got. If you’ve had it for a few years, you may be able to eke out another year (or two!) with just a few upgrades, like getting a battery replacement or screen repair at uBreakiFix.

KTLA-TV | Aug 27, 2021

uBreakiFix repairs phones, tablets, game consoles and more

uBreakiFix by Asurion repair experts took their fix-it skills to the beach, offering free smartphone repairs at Hermosa Beach in Los Angeles. Luis Bolanos, lead repair technician at uBreakiFix, shared how phone accidents—especially water damage—increase during the summer as people spend more time outside.

FOX 26 Houston | Aug 16, 2021

Repairing electronic devices can save the cost of replacing them

Have a cell phone with a cracked screen? Or a laptop that takes forever to do anything? Now that students are heading back to school, you may be getting ready to buy new laptops, tablets, or smartphones. But shortages are making them expensive, and you may not need to spend that much money. Repairs and tune-ups can be a fraction of the cost. uBreakiFix repair technicians say they are busy repairing laptops, tablets, and smartphones after the pandemic forced students to attend virtual school. uBreakiFix District Manager John Campbell III shares tips to keep your tech running smoothly, including updating the software, keeping your devices clean, and backing up your data.  

USA Today | Jul 10, 2021

Avoid the ‘oops!’: 3 easy ways to protect your iPhone, iPad and other digital devices from disaster

When you’re carrying around lightweight gadgets – with fragile screens and tiny components – threats like water and, um, gravity, can wreak havoc on your phone, tablet, or laptop. Last summer, tech repair retailer uBreakiFix saw a nearly 90% spike in liquid-related incidents, a 25% increase in cracked screens, and a 65% jump in “unrecoverable” phones (those dropped where they cannot be retrieved).