Laptop Power UK launches its first flagship store
Due to record numbers of sales Laptop Power UK is establishing its first store to expand its sphere of influence and offer even more people discounted prices on laptop repair services.The brand new store is located in Liverpool, Hunts Cross, and will open on the 15th July this year.
The new store seeks to offer customers the ability to talk face to face to Laptop Power UK representatives about various issues such as repair service details and processes.The most significant benefit to customers will be the opportunity to experience the ‘repair while you wait’ service. Many customers who seek repairs face escalating costs and gradually longer waiting times to get their laptop back in full working condition.Yet Laptop Power UK by establishing its first shop aims to repair all problems within 30mintues, allowing the customer to know exactly how much the repair will cost and how long it will take.There will be no need for stressful, endless and sometimes seemingly pointless phone calls to repair services as at Laptop Power UK you have a reliable, cheap service that you can trust.Laptops are essential in today’s businesses and many people rely heavily on their laptops for work.For those that travel throughout most of the year and are constantly on the move it is vital they have a fully functioning laptop.This means it becomes increasingly more important that any repairs are done as quickly and as efficiently as possible. Don’t put yourself through the hassle of chasing up your broken laptop to find out you have to wait extra 2 weeks before you receive it back.
Especially in today’s economic climate, time is money, and by using Laptop Power UK repair services you can be assured that your laptop will be fixed in a minimal amount of time at competitive prices.Take advantage of the cheap laptop repair services and save yourself masses amount of time, money and stress.
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