Which phone repair shops are best?
More than 70 per cent of Australian phone repair services say they recommend the phone repair companies listed below, according to a new survey.
Key points:There are four phone repair stores in Australia with a combined workforce of more than 100,000 peopleThe survey found that people are most likely to call one of these repair companiesWhen asked about the quality of their service, 92 per cent said they would use a phone repair company in the futureA survey of 3,000 phone repair providers conducted by Telehealth showed that the vast majority of phone repair businesses are based in the southern states of Queensland, Western Australia and New South Wales.
The survey, conducted by telehealth company Telehealth Australia, found that 89 per cent were based in Queensland, 93 per cent in Western Australia, and 95 per cent across the country.
While many of these companies have been around for a long time, the majority of Australians do not know about their existence and the service providers who work in these areas are not necessarily the best.
Telehealth CEO Tim Whelan said the survey revealed that the industry was “a growing sector with many opportunities to grow and expand”.
“As a result, Telehealth is committed to supporting the growing number of small and medium sized businesses in Australia that are using phone repair as a valuable resource,” he said.
“Telehealth’s telehealth experts will support phone repair technicians to identify their best practices and work with the phone technicians to ensure that their services are of high quality.”
The survey of more to come.
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