Should You Repair Your Broken Smartphone?
We depend on our smartphones for a lot in our daily lives, from keeping our calendars to communicating with work. There are currently 1.3 billion more mobile connections on the planet than there are people, and some might say we are addicted to our phones. A lot of people underestimate the amount of time they spend on their phones, until it comes time to fix it. When you suffer a broken screen, do you attempt to get it fixed or do you just toss it out for a new one? Learn more about why you can (and should) fix your broken phone from the infographic below!
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