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Meet RepairAm, The E-Commerce For Gadget Repair

A disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post!
I came across a platform that can help meet your gadget repair needs in Nigeria. Since you can buy and sell gadgets online why not have a platform that can pick up your faulty gadgets, fix them and deliver them to you.
This is where RepairAm comes in, a platform co-founded by Onibokun Ayobami wants to be your e-commerce for gadget repairs.

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Repairam – Repair your gadgets in Nigeria

However, unlike other platforms that require you bringing the gadgets yourself, RepairAm acts as your gadget maid. i.e. they act like an e-commerce platform – picks up, fixes and delivers your gadget back to you.
repair where to repair gadgets in Nigeria
Currently, they repair Gadgets like laptops, phones and wristwatches
If this is not sponsored, why is MissTechy talking about them? Well, I had an issue with a gadget of mine and decided to give them a try, since their platform was so good, I thought, why not feature them!
So, if you have a faulty gadget, RepairAm might be your best bet. Just click on this link


16 comments on “Meet RepairAm, The E-Commerce For Gadget Repair

  1. tochukwu osakwe says:

    Ok cool…miss techy na money go be wahala o. Since they will pick and drop it to u ba the cash go be wahala o. Such services wont come cheap o. I have a note 3 with a cracked screen, but to employ dis people services dey fear me o. Now miss techy don make me pause ma god of war game to comment on her blog. #goesbacktomygodofwargame

    1. Tobi Ayeni says:

      Lol, it is actually affordable.

      1. D. says:

        “Lol, it is actually affordable.” Have you had any of your gadgets picked up and fixed?

        1. Tobi Ayeni says:

          I said in the article that I tried them out hence the reason I featured them

          1. D. says:

            okay, skipped that part. just saw it.

      2. Osakwe tochukwu says:

        Ok o hope its not dangote or linda ikeji version of affordable…cos dia affordable fit buy brand new phone…???????

  2. DY says:

    Awwwn awwwn, so nice of you!

  3. micheal adeniji says:

    Tanks 4 the info miss.. .

  4. FELIX says:

    even though i cant really imagine myself using that means to repair my phone, i think thats a really good concept..and whoever came up with the idea, is a damn good thinker”

    1. Tobi Ayeni says:

      Why won’t you use that means?

  5. KingAbsolute says:

    I think only those in Lagos will enjoy RepairAm service the most…if its affordable.

  6. samm says:

    hmmm…you mean they’d leave with it?
    hope they wont run away with it o!
    “I have an issue with a gadget of mine’
    I gat trust issues..

    1. Tobi Ayeni says:

      Lol, with the experience I have with them I can say they are trustworthy, also, they are a company that thrive on reputation because a bad word from a dissatisfied customer could spell trouble.

  7. says:

    Hmmmm… To Nigerians? Afraid to take silly risks

  8. Osakwe tochukwu says:

    Hello misstechy…i wanna thank u so much for sharing this post. I talked with those guys and dia price for repairing ma cracked note3 screen is unbelievably cheap…13k as against 30k im getting all over the place. Im already preparing to have them come pick the device. Thank you so much may God bless u. I have xmas goat for u but na virtual reality gear u go take chop am o…kikikikikiki??????. Once again thank u so much…remain blessed.

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