The staff of Circuits Cell Shop
would like to remind their customers that we are relocating, and are currently closed! We will reopen Tuesday June 5 just down the road from the old shop at 48B Oliver Street (Between Praying Mantis Tattoo and Ming’s Chinese food). With the new location we are also introducing a slight change in hours from Tuesday-Friday 10:30 to 6:00 to the new earlier time of 10:00 to 5:30, Saturday we are still 12:00 to 5:00.
We thank you for your patience while we have been closed, and we look forward to seeing you in our new location.
As a way to celebrate, we’re offering:
20% off all retail items, OR free accessory included in your repair (up to $10 value)!
Tuesday June 5 to Saturday June 9 only, don’t miss out!
The Circuits Cell Shop team is excited to announce a brand new service: consignment of phones, tablets, and some other personal electronic devices.
If you or someone you know have been trying to sell a device with little luck, or perhaps have a device collecting dust in a drawer somewhere, our shop can help you make some extra cash.
For a small fee, Circuits will advertise your item on all of their online platforms, as well as put it in their in-store display case. You will receive your pay check no more than 48 hours after the sale has been completed!
Reusing and recycling electronic devices is an important part of reducing our carbon footprint.
Curious? Looking for more information? Visit us in store or online on our Contact page, our Facebook page, or just fill out this contact form:
“Happy new year, Cariboo-Chilcotin! I’d like to thank all of the customers and members of businesses that helped make our first year a huge success.
With the new year, we will be changing our prices. We will also be adding new equipment in upcoming months, which will greatly increase our ability to repair a huge range of device models, and problems.
We look forward to serving you in the new year and can’t wait to share exciting updates with you in the near future. Please feel free to come visit us and see what we’re up to!
Best wishes for you and yours this year,
Owner, Circuits Cell Shop
If you’ve been hanging onto an old phone or tablet that may or may not work, we can take it off your hands.
At Circuits, we have the ability to remove any salvageable parts, and destroy the rest. We then dispose of the remains in the proper facilities.
We look forward to more recycling opportunities in the near future.
Would you like to see any of the following new services?
- Device Consignment
- Phone Case Decorating with The Pink Room
- Electronics Recycling Program
- Camera/Game Console Repair
- Video Game/Virtual Reality Renting (in store per minute rentals)
If any of these categories interested you, click on our website right now and answer the quick survey that pops up from the bottom right!
Thank you in advance for your input!
-The Circuits Cell Shop staff
Circuits Cell Shop has more to offer than device repair!
If you’ve heard of our shop, but are very careful with your device (good for you!), you may think there’s no reason to stop in. However, we encourage you to come say hi, and take a look at our increasing inventory! We are bringing in phone and tablet cases, new Whoosh liquid screen protectors and cleaners, gadgets like smart watches and sport/security/dash cameras, pop sockets, and many fun other items. We are also beginning to refurbish and resell smartphones and tablets! Be sure to visit our website or Facebook page to get updates on refurbished inventory.
We are also very excited about our future plans for Circuits! Our next “upgrade” will be getting in LCD refurbishing machines, which will allow us to decrease the cost of Samsung (and other pricey LCD units) “just glass” repairs.
There is much we would like to achieve to be Williams Lake & area’s number one choice for mobile device repair and related retail needs- and we need your help to do it!
Please fill out our short survey that should pop up on our home page, to let us know what you feel would be a valuable addition to our services!
We look forward to seeing you at 271 Oliver Street, in the back of the building (it’s a multi-shop building).