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Mobile Shack


Mobile Shack

Shop 4 / Norfolk Plaza
743 Raglan Pde
Warrnambool 3280

Need Your Phone Fixed Yesterday?

If you can't manage life without your phone, you don't want to post it off to the city and wait in the queue to get it repaired. Mobile Shack has been around for more than two decades, and was created to offer local Warrnambool customers a prompt and efficient electronics repair option. With a six month warranty for your peace of mind, and a fast turn-around time for repairing all kinds of devices, Mobile Shack is the obvious choice.

How Soon Do You Need It Back?

How does 15 minutes sound! Because the team at Mobile Shack have been in the business for so long, they can hone in on the problem quickly, saving you time. With a tool collection like theirs, it takes just moments to select the perfect instrument for the job. A free pickup and delivery service adds to the convenience that you will only find at Mobile Shack.

Experts Across All Devices

Dropped your game console? Spilt something on your iPad? It's not just phones - Mobile Shack can repair the lot. We can take care of it, whether it is an Apple, Samsung, Google Pixel, LG, Sony, Oppo, Huawei, Nokia or one of many other reputable and popular brands.

  • Smartphones
  • iPads
  • Tablets
  • Game Consoles
  • Computers
  • Micro Soldering
  • Motherboards
  • Data Recovery
  • Repairing Charge Ports

Make Your Device Work Well For You

With all the accessories you could possibly need and more, Mobile Shack is a great place to shop. Whether you need help with chargers or ear buds, cases or covers, we have a great selection of items we trust, and that we use ourselves.

We've Got Your Back - Get It Working Now!

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