Are you in need of a phone repair? We know at some point almost everyone is. That’s why we’ve launched a partnership with Mobile Klinik to offer you a discount on any phone repair you might need.
Introducing Mobile Klinik:
Mobile Klinik is Canada’s fastest growing professional smartphone and tablet repair company.
Mobile Klinik Repairs include:
Most repairs are done while you wait — in under 60 minutes. They even have a lifetime guarantee on their repairs. *Terms and conditions apply.
To find out more about Mobile Klinik, repair options and special offers, visit our website.
We hope you are as excited about this partnership as we are!
- The Public Mobile Team
That's useful for folks west of Barrie and east of Montreal. /s Not much excitement here.
Edit: I retract my sarcasm. popping made me look deeper. I first tried typing in my city. Nothing other than Toronto/Montreal. I type in Calgary and gave it 500 km range. Oh look...there's my city. hmm. Type in my city with 500 km range. Oh there it is. Shrug.
Great. Mobile Klinik has store in Calgary Market Mall and Sunridge Mall.
It is nice to know where they are. But I do not need their service as I repair my phones and anything electronics. I have hot air SMD rework station.
Are they selling PM SIM card?
Please consider partnering with phone repair companies operating in other parts of Canada, not just the Windsor/Quebec corridor.
As a previous commenter noted, it appears that Mobile Klinik does have locations in my city (Vancouver). It's just that the store finder on their website is broken.
It looks like they only do phones - buy, (re)sell, trade, and repair phones.
No SIM cards, no activations, no plans, no promos, no payment cards.
But Telus "acquired" Mobile Klinik. Telus has already started incentive offers through Mobile Klinik. Telus has already announced plans to "more than double [Mobile Klinik's] existing footprint of 81 stores". So it seems obvious Mobile Klinik will evolve into a retail presence for Telus/Koodo/Public at some point, though the third-tier (Public Mobile) stuff will probably be underemphasized.
It's worth noting that Telus hasn't completely absorbed Mobile Klinik. It's still a standalone business. It can still accept business from customers who subscribe to competing carriers. (And it can even refurb/resell phones which customers originally purchased from other sources or other carriers.)
Well selling Telus and Public SIM cards only would be an asset in 2 ways.
1. Telus and PM availability of SIMs
2. Comfort feeling to return to Mobile Klinik.
How is this a partnership? Mobile clink is owned by Telus. I realize that Public Mobile is allowed to advertised for whomever they wish on this website, but all I see is some $10 discount if I click on the link.