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Smartphone repair shop opens in Carolina Place Mall March 29

This Aug. 26 file photo shows an Apple iPhone with a cracked screen at the offices of SquareTrade in San Francisco.
This Aug. 26 file photo shows an Apple iPhone with a cracked screen at the offices of SquareTrade in San Francisco. AP

A smartphone repair store called Staymobile will open March 29 in Carolina Place Mall.

The shop offers repair for damaged mobile phones, tablets, laptops, gaming consoles and music players. It also sells accessories including cases and chargers. Lifetime warranties and same-day service are available for most repairs, the company said this week.

Smartphone repair costs $119.99-$229.99, depending on the generation of the device, a spokesman said.

The new Carolina Place location, owned by Robin and Don Scott, is on the mall’s lower level next to the food court near the escalators.

Staymobile operates two other stores in Charlotte – uptown and on Providence Road, according to its website.

The mall is at 11025 Carolina Place Parkway, Pineville.

Staymobile is a Columbia-based company that opened in 2009. It operates 46 locations in eight states.

Katherine Peralta: 704-358-5079, @katieperalta

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