Fast & Efficient NHS Mobile Phone Repairs

Now offering Hassle-Free NHS mobile phone repairs

Replacing damaged phones may seem like the easiest and most convenient option, but the NHS should prioritise repairing their employees’ phones instead. It saves money, prevents data leaks, and helps save the planet too. And with our framework, designed to make repairs as efficient as possible, we can help you save time and money!

Cost-effective alternative to replacing

While replacing a damaged phone with a new one may seem like the easiest and quickest option, it is often more expensive than repairing the existing phone. Saving money is especially important for the NHS as the money saved can be used on more critical NHS areas and make improvements to the service - our service is the answer you are looking for for budget-friendly phone replacements.

In the UK, the cost of replacing a damaged iPhone can range from £200 to over £1,000, depending on the model. In contrast, repairing a damaged phone costs an average of £60. For the NHS, the cost of constantly replacing phones can quickly add up, making phone repair a cost-effective alternative.

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Improve sustainability within the NHS

A brand-new smartphone generates an average of 85 kilograms in emissions in its first year, with 95% of carbon emissions coming from manufacturing processes, including the extraction of raw materials and shipping. By repairing phones, the NHS won’t add to the large amounts of carbon emissions created, but instead, will contribute to global sustainability efforts.

Just over 17% of the world's e-waste is properly recycled. In the UK, more than 20 million working second-hand electrical items are currently hoarded - worth as much as possibly £5.63bn. The key to reducing emissions is to extend the lifetime of individual phones. As an organisation that serves the public, the NHS has a responsibility to take a sustainable approach to its operations and reduce its carbon footprint.

Constantly replacing phones can have a negative impact on the environment due to the production and disposal of electronic waste. By repairing phones instead of replacing them, the NHS can reduce its environmental impact and prioritise sustainability.

Prioritise data privacy in the NHS

Repairing mobile phones reduces the risk of data breaches within the NHS and protects sensitive information. When replacing a phone, there is a potential danger of leaving sensitive information on the old device, which unauthorised individuals can access. The replacement process usually consists of transferring data from the old phone to the new one, thereby elevating the risk of such unauthorised access. The NHS especially needs to prioritise data protection as public information of patients or other colleagues can be a huge data risk.

By prioritising phone repair over replacement, you can ensure that you are taking appropriate measures to protect sensitive information and maintain data privacy within the NHS.

How to get your employees’ phones repaired

Here are the steps you need to take to get your phones repaired.

  1. Consultation: Your IT or procurement team will get in touch with us. We’ll let you know what we can do with your specific devices.

  2. Contract: If accepted, you’ll be introduced to our Framework Manager to get a contract reference number.

  3. Repair: Send your phones in and get them repaired to industry standards. We collect from any location in the UK and return the devices back to you.

Alternatively, we can provide an upfront advance replacement for you to transfer the data from one device to another. Send the damaged phone back to us to repair and we’ll put it back into circulation.

Get NHS phones repaired today

Contact us using the form below. Simply let us know which devices and how many you need repairing, and we’ll let you know what we can do for you. Alternatively, call or email our friendly experts at:


Tel: 01707 644 480


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