Scottsdale, AZ

(602) 538-3832

North Phoenix, AZ

(602) 753-3195

Central Phoenix, AZ

(602) 284-1730

Peoria, AZ

(623) 237-2337

Fountain Hills. AZ


Centerville, UT


Certified Refurbished Devices For Sale:

All Quick Mobile Repair locations carry a large inventory of refurbished smartphones and tablets at highly competitive prices.

We often say that buying a phone is a lot like buying a car: a “used” vehicle with just 20,000 miles on it and a brand new one fresh off the lot are likely to be nearly identical both inside and out, but will be sold at two vastly different price points. It’s the same case with smartphones, as purchasing a pre-owned, refurbished device can save you as much as 30% compared to buying a new iPhone or Android directly from the manufacturer.

And just like used cars, not all refurbished phones are created equal, which is why we’re committed to only carrying devices that have proven track records of exceptional long-life performance, such as Apple and Samsung models. But as an industry-leading name in smartphone repair, we have access to the largest supply chain of used phones in the country and are happy to locate virtually any device that our customers may wish to purchase.

The Quick Mobile Repair Difference

With over a decade of experience in the industry, we pride ourselves on being one of the “founding fathers” of cell phone repair in Phoenix, Arizona, where Quick Mobile Repair got its start in 2012. (Just to put that into perspective, the iPhone 4s—the first iPhone to ever feature Siri—was seen as the cutting edge of technology when we were first established.)

But years of repair experience alone isn’t enough in 2022, which is why customer satisfaction and professional service are paramount in the communities we serve. Boasting hundreds of 5-star reviews online, Quick Mobile Repair has unparalleled processes in place to ensure that you have a great, consistent experience, no matter which location you visit. Our promise to you is that we will always be honest, we will always be transparent, and we will always be innovating to maintain our status as industry-leading experts. Stop by one of our many locations today and see for yourself how we’ve become the No. 1 iPhone repair business in Arizona, Utah, Missouri and many more states to come!

One-Year Warranty on All Repairs

Quick Mobile Repair Has You Covered!

What Our Customers Say:

For Our Respected Customers
What exactly is the iPhone SE?

Earlier this month, Apple unveiled the newest model in its ever-expanding lineup of iPhones: the completely revamped iPhone SE, a complement to its cutting-edge iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro devices that focuses on relative affordability and simplicity rather than battery life, camera quality or other supplemental features. But how exactly does the overhauled third-gen iPhone SE, which is available from Apple nationwide as of March 18, stack up against some of the company’s flashier, larger, pricier iPhones?

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Dealing with some of the iPhone’s most common problems

Unlike the Nokia cell phones of 15 years ago—which were often compared to bricks, thanks to their legendary longevity and toughness—modern iPhones aren’t exactly built to last. With somewhat fragile components both inside and out, Apple’s flagship smartphone often leads the way in technological innovation while lagging behind in durability, lending iPhones to a range of issues that can instantly compromise them. After all, Quick Mobile Repair exists for a reason!

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Professional iPad Repair

How much does it cost to repair an iPad? Completing an iPad repair, especially on models like the iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 3rd generation, iPad Mini 4

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I can’t hear my calls

There may be nothing more annoying than not being able to hear an important call. Whether it is business or personal, hearing the person on the other line is a must! Let’s walk through some steps to start hearing your phone calls clearly. 1. Check your volume This is typically a simple thing to check for. Don’t get tripped up on this step! There are two types of volume. Regular volume and call volume. Adjusting the main volume won’t affect the call settings……

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