GTA Smart Center Now Offers Genuine Apple Parts and Repair Services

Tamuning, Guam, Monday, June 20, 2022- GTA announced today that Genuine Apple parts and repair services are available at the Smart Repair Centers. Customers can book an appointment and have their Apple devices repaired by Apple-certified technicians.   

Andrew Gayle, COO at GTA, says, “As an Apple authorized service provider, we use Genuine Apple parts on every repair. Our customers can expect that our Smart Center team will handle their devices with care and the quality of service they would expect from Apple.” 

With GTA Smart Center repair services, customers can get the following benefits:

·         Genuine Apple Parts

·         Apple Certified Technicians and Tools

·         Same-day repair, **upon availability 

·         Apple’s 1-year limited warranty remains intact or will come with a 90-day warranty on the repair- whichever is longer. 


Devices that we will be able to repair are iPhone 8 and later models.

Customers can make an appointment at one of our conveniently located service centers to get an Apple-certified repair as soon as possible or visit our website to book an appointment.

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About GTA

GTA provides complete communications services in Guam. These include local and long-distance telephone service, 3G, LTE, and 5G mobility service, High Speed Internet Access, Dedicated Ethernet, Carrier-Class High Capacity Services over SONET and SDH networks, and advanced television, or IPTV. GTA operates a data center on Guam offering a secure, managed environment for customers who need an alternative site for business data storage. The company also runs Guam’s first locally owned cable landing station and data center in Piti.

Based in Tamuning, Guam, GTA is a U.S. and locally owned company and locally managed. The company’s website is

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