Samsung Phone Repair

Samsung phone repairs are done the right way at Timpson. Every single online repair will be sent to a state-of-the-art repair centre, where our Tech Team will fix your phone.

Our highly experienced and qualified technicians can carry out all Samsung phone repair services with ease - including A series, S series and Note series phones. Simply choose your Samsung phone below, select your repair and post your device to us. We also repair phones made by Apple, Huawei and Motorola!

Select your Samsung phone to start your repair



How to book your Samsung phone repair

Booking everything from Samsung screen repairs to Samsung battery replacements is really easy with us. Just follow these simple steps to get your Samsung phone repaired!

1. Book your Samsung phone repair online

Select your Samsung phone above, choose the repair you need and then place your order online. You'll also need to supply your IMEI number, which can be found in your device settings.

2. Back up your Samsung phone

Back up your device and remove any SIM cards, SD cards, cases or covers before sending it to us. We also recommend restoring to factory settings if you can’t share the passcode with us.

3. Post your Samsung phone to us

Once you've ordered a Samsung repair, we'll email you simple instructions on how to post your phone to us. To start, just pop it in a secure box along with a printout of your order confirmation!

4. Wait for your Samsung phone to be repaired

When your Samsung phone has been received in our workshop, our Tech Team will diagnose the main problems and fix your phone. 

5. Receive your repaired Samsung phone

Once your Samsung phone repair has been completed, we'll post it back to your door within 3 to 5 working days. 


Samsung phone repair services we offer

From replacing faulty Samsung batteries to repairing cracked Samsung screens, here are some of the most popular Samsung phone repairs we offer:

  • Samsung screen repairs
  • Samsung battery replacement
  • Samsung back cover replacement
  • Samsung phone diagnostics

Can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact us to find out how we can help repair your Samsung phone.


Samsung repairs for all the latest phones

Whether it's an old Samsung A Series or the latest Samsung S Series, our Tech Team carry out quality screen repairs, battery replacements, diagnostics and other fast Samsung phone repairs. Explore all the Samsung phones we repair online in the list above!

Frequently asked questions about Samsung phone repairs

Why should I repair my Samsung phone?

Samsung phone repairs are usually far more cost-effective than buying a brand-new phone, while you'll also save all the data and settings you've become so used to. Especially when it's a newer device with minimal damage, getting your phone repaired is usually the cheaper, quicker and more convenient option. 

Our Samsung repairs are carried out by our Tech Team in our main workshop, so repaired Samsung phones are often left feeling as good as new. You can either book a postal Samsung phone repair online or bring it to your local Timpson shop - there's zero fuss involved!

How much does it cost to get a Samsung screen fixed?

Samsung screen repair prices depend on your phone model and screen size, so select your device above to view specific prices. Screen replacement start below £100 for smaller A Series devices, but rise to over £300 for the new S Series Ultra phones. 

Is it cheaper to fix a Samsung screen or buy a new one?

Repairing your current Samsung can work out far cheaper than buying a new one - especially if you own one of the newer models. Chat with us to find out how much your total Samsung repair cost will be, and we’ll help you weigh up your options.

Why are Samsung phones so expensive to repair?

Samsung phones have a reputation for being expensive to repair. That’s why we’re competitive with our prices here at Timpson, all while retaining our high quality refurbishment process. One of the reasons they can be more expensive than other manufacturers is due to their AMOLED screens, which are made by Samsung themselves.

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