It is quite the world we live in nowadays, with screens that can flawlessly do our bidding by touch, TV’s that are smart, and even thermostats that can predict an uncertain future. It goes without saying that today’s tech is super intelligent and at times can be superior to even us humans.

When you stop and think, it can seem unfathomable that we ever even invented these amazing products. I hold a phone in the palm of my hand that can reach millions of people and tell me how to get to a hardware store I didn’t even know existed, yet if something goes wrong I wouldn’t know how to fix it.

That’s where Puls comes in! Puls will come to your home, or a location of your choice, at just about any time that you have available.

Puls works overtime to provide a multitude of services ranging from showing up to simply replace a phone screen to mounting your new smart TV or setting up that new smart home device. They make themselves available seven days a week from 8 in the morning to 9 o’clock at night.


It’s as simple as scheduling an appointment online and paying a reasonable fee for their services. In most cases, a Puls technician can come to your preferred location with the hour. Time is money, so same day service is worth its weight in gold. They are in 38 major cities and continue to expand their serviceable locations frequently.

When it comes to your smartphone, Puls will provide a multitude of services such as battery replacement, fixing the internal or external damages, or even just provide a diagnosis for a stubborn phone. An iPhone 7+ screen repair will cost you just $129, versus $169 at the Apple Store.

Puls will also mount that new flat screen you just bought in less time and for less money than the retail store will charge. Plus, you don’t have to rely on yourself to not damage your wall or your new television. This is where Puls really thrives, because they can finish the job in around an hour after arriving.

Mounting the TV varies in price based on the type of wall, size of television, and whether you’re providing your own bracket. Services start $109 if you have drywall and bought your own mount and go up to $189 for mounting on a brick wall with one of their swivel brackets.

Nothing is set in stone…or scratch-proof screens

The booking service was very easy and straightforward. It only took a few minutes to complete and was easy to understand. After the booking was created on Puls’ website, I received both a text and email confirmation for my repair window on my chosen date. The only thing I would like to see improved for this part of the process is to receive some kind of general description of where the tech will be and what they may be wearing. This is especially important if you are meeting in a public place.

When it comes to paying for the service, I was pleasantly surprised that I didn’t have to make payment until the job was done successfully so there’s no way they could say “no refunds” if they made things worse; buyer’s remorse is not an issue here.

Once the repair was underway, it was clear my technician really knew what he was doing. He had all the tools he needed and knew exactly how to get the old screen off.

They have additional services available on their website in addition to the scheduling. You can check pricing for your specific device whether it be Apple or Samsung, phone or tablet, and what you want to be fixed. They also offer a blog that helps with nagging questions or useful tips such as putting the wet phone in rice myth to rest.

Puls is offering $5 off any service for TechDigg readers with coupon code UPGRADE5OFF.



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John Pond
John was born in Germany to American military parents. After high school he worked in auditing and management until he realized he craved adventure. He spent several years hitchhiking around the United States, stopping in various towns and getting into adventures. It was on these adventures that he learned of his passion for writing and began working on his first novel. "Clouds of Tyranny" was turned down by everyone and John eventually decided to self-publish his first fiction novel. John is currently working on two additional fiction novels and a nonfiction book about his adventures on the road. John has a deep love for new technology and has contributed to various tech and gaming sites, but Tech Digg is his far.