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T-Mobile will start offering in-store phone repairs on November 1st – Engadget

T-Mobile stores will finally repair your phone in-shop starting on November 1st..

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In-store repairs are becoming increasingly commonplace, and T-Mobile is finally ready to catch up on that trend. The carrier now plans to offer in-store repairs to Protection subscribers in 500 stores starting November 1st. Pay $7 or more per month and…

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