Despite their flaws, a lot of people are happy with Google’s new flagship phones and intend to hang on to them. If something happens and your screen breaks or device stops working, though, it’s never fun. Now, uBreakiFix is partnering with Google yet again to offer same-day repairs on both phones.

Like with the original Pixels, this program offers same-day repairs, even with walk-in appointments, on the Google Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL. It is limited to areas with uBreakiFix locations, though, meaning you’ll have to live in the US or Canada.

Along with typical repairs like a broken screen, uBreakiFix locations will also be able to assist customers with its Google protection plans, cutting down on the turnaround time for those repairs. Pricing for fixing these displays is also discounted compared to what you would see at other locations, with flat rates of $149 for the smaller Pixel 2 and $219 for the Pixel 2 XL.

uBreakiFix specializes in same-day repair service of small electronics including mending cracked screens, water damage, software issues, camera issues and most other technical problems in its stores. Stores are offering special pricing for Google customers, with Pixel 2 screen repairs for $149.99, and Pixel 2 XL screen repairs for $219.99. Customers can also search the uBreakiFix website for their nearest location and to mail their devices in for repair.

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