Need a HTC Device Repaired? Here is a Handy List….
If you are on XDA, it is likely that you have an HTC device. Have you ever wondered what to do with your device if it breaks down? Sure, you can call HTC and see if they could help you through it, or you can take it to someone who knows how to fix it. However, none of these options will give you the confidence of a certified hand in your investment. This is why XDA moderators madnish30 and orb3000 have put a list together of certified Repair and Service Centers for HTC in many countries around the world. The list is quite extensive, but it is far from being complete. This is a great resource for everyone out there as it can save people tons of money by giving them the options that they need to save their devices.
If you know of any other HTC authorized Service Centers around the globe, please do not hesitate to add it to the thread.
Here we ( me and orb3000 ) want to make a compilation of the service centers/repair centers of the various manufacturers ( of which the devices are listed on XDA).
So please contribute and we will add it to the first post.
Format should be Continent- Country- City- Full adress ( and contact details if available ).
You can find more information in the original thread.
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