What to do when your cell phone breaks down.
Read moreThe FCC announced it will now allow manufacturers to offer cell phone fixes, which are essentially repair kits that fix minor problems with phones, like the inability to dial numbers or turn on cellular data.
The FCC also announced that it will no longer require cell phone manufacturers to ship their phones to repair centers, and it will also no longer apply cell phone coverage limits to cell phone towers, which will allow users to roam at any time on their cell phones without worrying about their phones being able to connect to other devices.
But it’s not all roses for those who are struggling to get a fix.
The new rules will also allow manufacturers of phones that don’t have SIM cards to sell them for repair, which could create a whole new market of people who aren’t yet aware that cell phone repairs are possible.
The rules were a response to a complaint from a user named Jason, who purchased a cell phone in December 2015 after a friend of his lost his.
He contacted the FCC and complained that he couldn’t use his phone to call anyone.
The agency eventually determined that Jason was not eligible for a cell service repair, and after the FCC approved the phone in February 2016, Jason contacted the company to find out if they could fix it.
He was told that they would not be able to, and that he would have to buy a new phone.
He also didn’t have any plans to buy another cell phone.
So he called the FCC, asking for help.
Jason told Ars that the FCC staff informed him that the agency would no longer be allowing manufacturers to sell cell phone replacement parts and that his old phone would need to be replaced with a new one.
Jason, however, was told by the FCC that he could still have his old cell phone repaired.
He sent in a request for information, and was told he could use the FCC’s cell phone repair website to submit a claim for a repair.
The website was quick to respond, and the FCC agreed to send out a notice that the repair kits would be available to the public for $40 to $50, depending on the phone.
Jason then submitted a claim and the site posted a list of people it was able to contact to get their phones repaired.
Jason then sent a follow-up request to the FCC asking for more information.
Jason wrote that after several phone calls, he was told the repair would cost $400.
After contacting the FCC again, Jason was told his phone would cost him another $100.
He asked the FCC to help him get a refund and get the phone fixed.
The repair kit was not made available to everyone, and a representative for the FCC told Ars the agency was aware of several instances in which the kit was being offered to people without the required documentation.
After reviewing the claims submitted by Jason, the FCC acknowledged that the kits were available for purchase.
In a statement, the agency wrote that it was reviewing the information provided by Jason and will update this post when more information is available.
In its statement, Jason’s company, BigCell, said that it had received a phone number from the FCC in April 2016 that would allow them to repair his old device.
The company said the company will be contacting Jason soon to see if he can receive a new cell phone or repair the phone himself.
Jason’s cell service service has not been restored.
In addition to the $40 charge for the kit, Jason said he was asked to pay another $400 to get his phone fixed, but that the money was not enough to cover the cost of the phone itself.
Jason also said that BigCell contacted the cell service provider to ask for a refund, but the provider refused.
BigCell says it has filed a lawsuit against the FCC for its failure to act in the matter.
Jason and his attorney, John Jaffe, have set up a GoFundMe page to raise money to pay for the phone repair, along with another fundraising site that allows people to contribute money to get people to repair phones.
Jaffe said that he has contacted the companies that make the kits, and has heard back from both.
Jaffe said he will now pursue a lawsuit, as well.