Just in time for the release of the iPhone 5, iCracked has expanded its suite of services and launched its very own iPhone buyback, redistribution, and recycling program.
Best known as being the world’s only on-demand and on-site iPhone, iPod, and iPad repair company through a network of almost 300 mobile repair technicians, or iTechs, iCracked is excited to further their advancement into other markets such as re-commerce and electronics recycling with this network.
“Repair is only the beginning for us,” said AJ Forsythe, Founder and CEO. “While it is what got us here, it is our goal to carry over our extremely high standards of quality and customer satisfaction from repair to buyback, redistribution, and recycling, as well as iCracked member-only smartphone protection plans in the coming months.”
Currently, iCracked is guiding consumers to sell their iPhone through a simple three-step process of selecting the iPhone’s model and condition, and then their preferred payment method on their website and providing these customers with everything necessary for them to ship their device to iCracked for free. Through a few refined diagnostic processes, iCracked will then be able to pay the customer for their iPhone(s) within the next three days. What’s more, iCracked has added a fourth iPhone condition called “Cracked Screen ONLY,” which gives the consumer the most money for their iPhone with only a cracked screen, rather than lumping it in with the condition iCracked calls “Needs Love.”
“Having only a cracked screen is much different than having a water damaged iPhone,” said Anthony Martin, Co-Founder and VP of Business Development.” These consumers deserve more in terms of payment for an iPhone that is perfectly normal outside of the screen bring broken, so we’re going to give it to them with this fourth option.”
iCracked also offers a unique third payment option for the customer to donate the dollar amount iCracked would pay for their iPhone to one of four philanthropic organizations: American Red Cross, The Nature Conservancy, USO, and American Cancer Society. While iCracked is only purchasing iPhones at the moment, the company will begin buying back iPods and iPads as well in the near future.
For more information on iCracked or to sell your iPhone, please visit http://www.icracked.com/sell-my-device.