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Pesky Problems Solved on the Cheap: Cracked iPhone Screen

Technology is great, but it can also be expensive to repair. If you don’t have insurance on your iPhone, it could cost upwards of $200 to replace a cracked or broken screen.

If your iPhone screen has seen better days, skip the Apple store and jump online to a third party repair service where you may be able to get your screen fixed for a fraction of the price.

Also see: 7 Things to Never Buy New

For example, at icracked.com you can repair iPhones, iPods and iPads by mail. The company can also connect you with a local service technician or send you the parts to replace the screen yourself.  Your phone can be good as new for as little as $65.

Also see: Negotiate Like a ‘Hard Core’ Pawn Broker

What’s the craziest way you’ve damaged your phone? Connect with me on Twitter @Farnoosh and use the hashtag #finfit.

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