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Broken MacBook Pro Screen Repair in London. While on a work trip from Japan to the UK I managed to crack my screen in my baggage. I found this advert via a Google search and called them. I was very impressed with this service so have chosen to leave my feedback. Within 3 hours a member of had arrived at my hotel in Soho. Within 1 hour he had fixed my Apple MacBook Pro screen, which I desperately needed working for my stay in the UK. The total price of my repair was 185 including call out and the person who came to see me was very polite and informative. I would highly recommend this service to all considering using it. Many thanks. Chie (Tokyo)
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