I am the owner of iShopRepair.ca - a new and innovative iPod and iPhone repair business in Toronto, Canada. Our mission is to save people's dead iPods and iPhones all over the world from ending up in land fills.
The new service will rescue your old broken iPod from ending up in a landfill somewhere, damaging the environment from harmful components such as batteries, LCD screens and plastics. You can now have your iPod and iPhone repaired and brought back from the dead for a fraction of the price of buying a new one. We have a mail-in service & even match the warranty of a new one. If the device is completely beyond repair, the company offers to recycle the components in an environmentally way.
- Peter Deignan
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