About Us

The Mobile Phone Hospital has been in the Mobile Phone Repair business since 2001. We started from humble beginnings but we now have 12 stores across NSW and 1 in Queensland and are continuing to grow. The Mobile Phone industry is an evolving and changing industry and not the easiest to keep up with. To combat this we have all our stores linked to an internal knowledge base where all repair techniques and technical information is shared amongst the stores.

In our time we have seen many repair shops come and go and the industry is filled with “cowboys”.  Many have tried to copy our business model and even our name but have failed. Most repairers think being the cheapest is being the best. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Being able to repair a phone and for the customer to say it’s like it was before it broke is what we define as a repair. Collectively we have had over 80,000 phones come into our stores for repair! Yes 80,000, so we know a thing or two about them.

Please come visit one our friendly technicians at one of our locations across Sydney.


8 thoughts on “About Us

  1. tony July 11, 2011 at 4:45 pm


    I have a iphone 4 lcd cracked,how can i fix it?do you have emailhow can i contact you?thanks

    • Mobile Phone Hospital July 12, 2011 at 9:57 am

      This is easily fixed at any store. Click on the Our Locations button to get the contact details for our stores.

  2. Aaron July 9, 2011 at 10:17 pm


    I have a Iphone 3 and the screen has shattered
    also The button that controls sound down has stopped working can this be fixed?

    • Mobile Phone Hospital July 11, 2011 at 4:33 pm

      This problem can be fixed in about 30-60 minutes at any of our stores.

  3. emilia June 19, 2011 at 6:38 pm

    hey i have a problem with my iphone 4
    okay so firstly the screen is completely broken , secondly i put the wrong sim card in the slot and its stuck i was wondering how much it would cost please help ! 🙂 thanks

    • Mobile Phone Hospital June 21, 2011 at 4:36 pm

      We can replace the screen and while we have it pulled apart we can recover the sim card. Please contact your nearest store for pricing.

  4. Ilan Freedman June 4, 2011 at 4:42 pm


    I have a problem with my blackberry phone.

    I would be most grateful if you could (a) let me know if this is a problem which you have encountered with other blackberry phones, and (b) if this is something you can easily fix:

    Essentially, the ‘keylock’ feature on my blackberry completely stopped working about 2 months ago. I am now unable to lock the keypad, and so what’s happened subsequently is that the phone has made several unintended ‘pocket calls’ to people on my phone book which has been embarrassing.

    Have you seen this problem with blackberries?

    Looking online on blogs it seems it may be an issue with the firmware upgrade?


    Dr Ilan Freedman

    • Mobile Phone Hospital June 6, 2011 at 2:21 pm

      Hi, some Blackberry’s have a dedicated button to lock the keypad and some have a combination you need to use to lock it. If yours is the latter could you please tell me if the actual buttons work when your typing a message?

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