On-demand smartphone repair service provider CellSavers said it has raised USD 3 million in seed funding from Sequoia Israel.
Angel investor Robert Antokol (CEO, Playtika) also participated in the round. Along with the funding, Sequoia Israel partner Gili Raanan will join the CellSavers board.
Launched earlier this year, CellSavers offers expert, reliable, highly-vetted technicians to quickly fix smartphones at the time and place of the customers´ choice.
CellSavers is already active in several major cities across the US and recently launched in San Francisco. This investment will help CellSavers enhance its technology-driven logistics and expand into other major US cities in the billion dollar smartphone repair market.
CellSavers is a way for smartphone users to have their device repaired, all within the hour at their preferred location, such as home, office, cafÃ© or gym. With customer satisfaction at its core, CellSavers´ expert phone technicians are extensively vetted and tested to ensure that every interaction ends with a delighted customer.