Phone broken but out of warranty? We can help!

We repair hundreds of mobile phones every month from our Wolverhampton tech centre. You can actually call in and get the handset repaired same day, or send us the handset for a 24 hour turn around with our express service. No more waiting a week without a phone.

We only use approved parts and our qualified engineers are experts in rebuilding even the newest models. We can repair the following issues:

  • Cracked screens
  • Software fixes and upgrades
  • Battery replacement
  • Non-working inputs and buttons.

We offer a 60 day warranty on all repairs. Get a quick quote by clicking the link below.
24hr Mobile Phone repairs nationwide with our new express service

Your trusted repair centre

As one of the UK's most trusted mobile repair specialists, our reputation is built upon service and this extends to our mobile phone and iPad repairs. Our technical division was created to the fix the phones of existing Check Mobile customers, but after great feedback we decided to extend this service to the wider public.

We can repair most mobile phone brands. We can fix Apple iPhones and iPads - all ranges from iPhone 5 onwards (iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6S and iPhone 7) as well as a full range of Samsung mobile phones and a host of other Android models.

Our express repair service is available within the UK mainland only.

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Why choose Check?

  • Award Winning Installation & Support.

  • A Comms company who actually care about our reputation.

  • We are trusted by some of the UK's largest companies.

  • Expert independent knowledge & advice.

  • We only use our own, fully qualified engineers.

  • It's all about you! We love our customers, and hope you'll love us back!

  • We cover the whole of the UK, with customers from Aberdeen to Exeter.

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