United States, 6th Sep 2023, King NewsWire – Dash Cellular Repair, a leading provider of cell phone repair, iPhone repair, computer repair, tablet repair, and other electronic device services, is excited to announce its partnership with Afterpay, a leading “buy now, pay later” payment platform. This partnership enables Dash Cellular Repair to offer its customers in the Oklahoma City area a convenient and flexible payment option, allowing them to get their devices fixed now and pay later with no interest.
In today’s fast-paced digital world, electronic devices have become an integral part of our daily lives. Whether it’s a cracked phone screen, a malfunctioning laptop, or a tablet in need of repair, Dash Cellular Repair has been a trusted name in Oklahoma City for providing reliable and efficient device repair services. With this new partnership, the company is taking its commitment to customer satisfaction to the next level by offering a more flexible payment option.
“Afterpay is a game-changer in the way consumers can pay for essential services like device repairs,” said Alex Jain, owner of Dash Cellular Repair. “We understand that unexpected device issues can be a hassle, and we want to make the repair process as seamless as possible for our customers. By partnering with Afterpay, we’re offering a convenient ‘fix now, pay later’ option, making it easier for our customers to get their devices repaired without the financial burden.”
How Afterpay Works at Dash Cellular Repair:
- Schedule Your Repair: Customers can visit Dash Cellular Repair’s website at dashrepairs.com to book a repair appointment or visit one of their convenient locations in Oklahoma City.
- Select Afterpay at Checkout: During the checkout process, customers can choose Afterpay as their payment method.
- Get Your Device Fixed: Dash Cellular Repair’s skilled technicians will swiftly repair your device to its optimal condition.
- Pay Over Time: Afterpay allows customers to split the repair cost into four interest-free payments, paid every two weeks. There are no hidden fees or additional charges if payments are made on time.
- Enjoy Your Device: Customers can enjoy their fully repaired device while making convenient payments over time.
With this partnership, Dash Cellular Repair is making quality device repair services more accessible to the community, ensuring that residents of Oklahoma City can maintain their essential devices without the worry of immediate payment. This is particularly beneficial for those facing unexpected device issues or budget constraints.
To further enhance customer convenience, Dash Cellular Repair covers a vast service area across Oklahoma City. The service area map can be found here, ensuring that customers from various neighborhoods can access the repair services they need.
About Dash Cellular Repair:
Dash Cellular Repair is a trusted electronic device repair service provider in Oklahoma City. With a team of skilled technicians and a commitment to customer satisfaction, Dash Cellular Repair has built a reputation for fast, reliable, and affordable repair services. They specialize in cell phone repair, iPhone repair, computer repair, tablet repair, and more. With a focus on quality and convenience, Dash Cellular Repair is dedicated to helping customers get their devices back in optimal condition.
Dash Cellular Repair is excited to bring the convenience of Afterpay to the residents of Oklahoma City, making device repairs easier and more accessible than ever before. Get your device fixed today and pay later with Afterpay!
Organization: Dash Cellular Repair
Contact Person: Alex Jain
Contact Number: 405-601-7020
Country: United States
Release Id: 0609236121
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