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There are basically three options to this problem:
Buy a new phone. This is what T-Mobile will tell you to do and it'll be expensive (probably $300 or so).
Buy a new screen yourself (I'd look on E-Bay for the best price) and then fix it yourself. There are service manuals available online. This is the best option if you are mechanically inclined and have a few hours to spare.
You can send your phone to a professional repair service to do the repair for you. This is the best option if you aren't comfortable tearing apart and putting your phone back together or just don't want to spend the time doing it.
If you decide to go with option 3, I actually own a small company called Jet City Devices that does T-Mobile Wing screen replacements for a lot less than a new phone. The whole repair process usually takes less than a week (from the time you mail it out until you receive it back).
HTC is the manufacterer of your Wing. They have a repair program. This is their information locally for you: Philippines Address: 147, Yakal St. Makati City, Philippines Tel: +632 7283388 Fax: +632 7283333 Opening hours: 1.Service date: Monday to Saturday (not included public holiday) 2.Service hour: 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM (Monday to Friday ) 3.Service hour: 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM (Saturday)
i think your solution to your problems is the T-Mobile Wing Flex Cable that must of gotten cut.it is the ribbon cable that allows you to move lcd up and down, the installation of replacing the cable is very hard if you dont know what your doing, trust me your lcd is not broken.
Sorry All, I have had my Wing for 7 months now and never cracked or scratched the screen. I live in NYC so im always walking around in hot and cold so its not any weather condition as someone suggested, i take care of it keep it in the case when im not using it. Ive also never dropped it - yet!!!