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More mobile phone orders are happening during lockdown with 80% of purchases for Apple iPhone models

New research by Quick Mobile Fix has found more mobile phone orders are happening during lockdown with 80% of purchases for Apple iPhone models.

London, 06/12/2020 / /

An Essex based award-winning mobile phone retailer can today announce positive customer dispatch results despite the challenges of reduced staff capacity during Covid-19.

Quick Mobile Fix are one-stop shop for mobile phone purchases and repairs, and also have operations across the UK.

The company is run by Ken Emechebe who topped the first-ever eBay ‘rich list’ in 2015 with sales of over £15 million per year and became eBay’s first seller to reach one million customer feedback.

CEO and Founder, Ken Emechebe said: “During this time of crisis, the team has achieved fantastic milestones in still dispatching devices at some of the highest rates in our history regardless of the pandemic.

“We’re incredibly proud of the speed in which the team are dispatching orders even while at a quarter of the strength they would be normally. This shows extreme promise for the future and has shown the steps we’ve taken in 2020 to refine our service has allowed us to continue to support those in need.”

Ahead of the reopening of retail outlets on 15 June, Quick Mobile Fix is reaffirming the steps that are in place to continue providing a safe working environment for all its employees as follows:

  • Encouraging staff to self-isolate for at least 14 days if symptoms show
  • The opportunity to work from home is available (which is certainly encouraged)
  • Regular reminders to keep hands clean and wash with antibacterial, alcohol-based soap

Emechebe added: “We have put strict regulations in place to ensure all of our devices are cleaned and tested – however, we have increased emphasis on this process to ensure all our devices are in tip-top condition.”

Quick Mobile Fix tips for protecting your device 

1.   Clean your phone, two times a day

This one seems like a no brainer, but did you know that we on average, touch our phone over 2,700 times a day? Thanks to research platform dscout for finding that one out. Yes, it’s true… we do actually touch our phone that much a day so it’s incredibly important you clean your phone at least two times a day.

2. Have a case for your phone

This may seem like a rather obvious suggestion, but you’d be surprised how many people wouldn’t even consider this as a contributing factor – but the reality is that having your phone in a case, minimises the area in which bacteria can land and spread.

3. Maintain the cleanliness of your phone

Once you’ve cleaned your iPhone, the next step is, of course, to keep it as clean as you can going forward. How might you ask? It’s simple really.

Avoid touching your phone unnecessarily and continue washing your hands as much as you can. The cleaner the surfaces that are touching your device, the cleaner it’ll be. It really is that simple. You could even carry some alcohol wipes on you if you’re travelling in order to clean your device on the go.

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Social Media Tags:Quick Mobile Fix, Technology, Mobile, iPhone, Ken Emechebe, eBay, eBay rich list, Nigerian, Self-isolate, Covid-19


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