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    Samsung Screen repair

    Twenty or so years of owning mobile phones and I had never smashed a screen on any of them... until last week.


    Galaxy S8. Looked at samsungrepair.com to see what price it would be to replace: £229!!! I paid that amount for the phone itself.


    I will buy a new one (or a refurb).


    Nothing more to add. Stay safe.

    qh
    He had a negative bluety on a quackhandle and was quadraspazzed on a lifeglug.

    I look forward to your all knowing and likely sarcastic and unhelpful reply.


    #2
    Jesus.. Listening to the tech you've got your house must look like a Currys store from the 1990's.
    'CUK forum personality of 2011 - Winner - Yes really!!!!

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      #3
      Originally posted by northernladuk View Post
      Jesus.. Your house must look like Currys from the 1980 what with your TV and the phones.






      qh
      He had a negative bluety on a quackhandle and was quadraspazzed on a lifeglug.

      I look forward to your all knowing and likely sarcastic and unhelpful reply.

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        #4
        Originally posted by quackhandle View Post
        Twenty or so years of owning mobile phones and I had never smashed a screen on any of them... until last week.


        Galaxy S8. Looked at samsungrepair.com to see what price it would be to replace: £229!!! I paid that amount for the phone itself.


        I will buy a new one (or a refurb).


        Nothing more to add. Stay safe.

        qh
        The Chunt of Chunts.

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          #5
          Samsung screen repair

          Your decision to buy a new one is wise. The value of every mobile phone rapidly goes down due to the higher competition and higher production from various brands within a short period with different features. So, even if you repair your device, it becomes a loss than a profit. Anyway, it seems that you have a wide variety of device experience. My first one was Motorola Timeport 250 mobile phone.

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            #6
            Originally posted by amypang View Post
            Your decision to buy a new one is wise. The value of every mobile phone rapidly goes down due to the higher competition and higher production from various brands within a short period with different features. So, even if you repair your device, it becomes a loss than a profit. Anyway, it seems that you have a wide variety of device experience. My first one was Motorola Timeport 250 mobile phone.
            I bet you are a blast at parties...
            'CUK forum personality of 2011 - Winner - Yes really!!!!

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              #7
              Originally posted by quackhandle View Post
              I will buy a new one (or a refurb).
              A wise choice. I've always seem mobile phones as disposable items and would not be tempted to buy top of the range any more. I've been a fan of the cheap-as-chips Motorola/Lenovo's for a while: they provide everything that I need, have a reasonably good camera, and cost less than £150. Bargain.

              I'm currently using an old G4 that flatly refuses to die and I have a newer G7 in a box upstairs waiting for when it does.

              Would recommend.
              Last edited by wattaj; 15 April 2020, 08:15. Reason: Clarity.
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