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Since 1973, the rise of cellular phones have been the fastest growing technology phenomenon ever. 95% of Americans owned a cell phone in 2018, up 33% from 2002. Americans throw away over 350,000 cell phones per day, so why replace expensive tech when you can repair it for less? The most common forms of phone damage are cracked or scratched screens and battery malfunctions. Simple everyday accidents can also cause critical destruction: your phone falling from your pocket, dropping your phone in water, or even knocking it off the table.