Cashify has launched ScreenPro in Bengaluru in order to expand its doorstep screen repair services across South India. Recently the brand also acqui-hired Chandigarh based startup Teksolvr, in a move to launch its services in Chandigarh Tri-city and other North Indian territories. ScreenPro has already serviced more than 1lac happy customers across 4 cities (Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Chandigarh) in India.
Cashify ScreenPro offers a quote for a screen repair of choice, and once the quote is accepted, the technician visits the customer’s preferred location to provide repair service.As the introductory offer for the iPhone and Xiaomi Phone users, ScreenPro is offering INR 999 off on the screen repairs. The phones models which are covered under the offer are iPhone 5, iPhone SE, iPhone 6 and Redmi Note 3 and Redmi 4A.
The Cashify ScreenPro claims that it utilizes its network of trained technicians to reduce the screen repair time from a usual 2-day duration (offline market) to a 30 minute express service, and at an upfront transparent cost. The idea behind the inception of the services was to provide an easy to avail, affordable and reliable solution for cracked screen problems for smartphones. Almost all major brands are been serviced and it comes with a 6 month warranty and 7-day money-back promise.
Amit Sethi, Co- Founder-Cashify.in said, “As the screen repair market for smartphones is highly unorganized across India, customers often find screen repair very frustrating and time consuming, with the only options being nearby screen repair shops that are neither efficient nor trustworthy. Also screen repair from these vendors often comes with no warranty for the customers, and data-theft is a possible threat. With ScreenPro, we are looking forward to fill the void and ensure express screen repair solutions with upfront warranty and money back promise. Tech centric city like Bengaluru is a huge market for us and I am sure with our top-level services, we will become the most reliable screen repair partner for the customers.”