iRepair and Mobile Klinik have new competition to deal with.
Orlando-based technology repair shop uBreakiFix announced today plans to dramatically expand its Canadian presence with new 50 locations across the country. In partnership with Toronto’s G3 Capital Corp, the company will open 22 stores in the next two years.
uBreakiFix offers same-day repair service for smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles, computers, drones and even hoverboards.
The company currently operates locations in Quebec, Saskatchewan, Ontario and British Columbia. Its newest location is situated on Avenue Road in Toronto. uBreakiFix plans to open locations in Halifax, Calgary, Edmonton, Oakville, Kingston, Toronto, Burlington, Guelph, Kitchener, Barrie, Moncton, St. John and Charlottetown.
“We’re are thrilled to continue to grow our brand throughout North America and give consumers a superior and reliable alternative to device replacement,” said UBreakiFix founder Justin Wetherill. “Currently, we have 300 stores in development across the continent and 50 of those are in Canada. We believe the timing of this rapid expansion in Canada is perfect, and we are excited to get to work.”