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Onsite Computer Repair & IT Services

Tired of unplugging your PC, Mac or laptop, and lugging it down to the local computer repair shop? If so our on-site computer technicians come to your home or office and fix your computer while you wait. Our experienced mobile computer Geeks are able to fix any computer problem that you may throw at them. 

Our Geeks are well versed in all modern day computer technologies; Our computer technicians provide services to home users like setting up your email, configuring your wireless network, getting rid of viruses and malware, recovering photos and documents, and setting up of computer peripherals like printers etc. 

Our geeks are also capable of providing services to business. Our Geeks are able to support network users & servers. Our service plans are affordable and allow a business to leverage the experience of a Geek without paying for a full-time IT employee.

Computer repairs across Australia

Our computer related services are available all across Australia - Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Sunshine Coast, Hobart & Perth - we have the major Australian capitals covered and all suburbs in between. If you find you're not in the above area, you are welcome to give us a ring to discuss your computer related problem and inquire about our rates in your local area.

How do we work?

Quite simple really! You have the option of ringing us on 1300 738 570 or filling our our inquiry form above or navigation your browser to our on-site computer services inquiry form. 

Once we have you on the line we will discuss the problem you're having, once we have a clear picture, we can then dispatch a technician to your office or home. You decide on a date and time that is convenient for yourself and we'll make sure that our expert computer geeks are there on time. 

Remember that you can ask our friendly technicians anything computer related while they're working and they'd be happy to help where they can. They leave the 'techno-jargon' back at the office and speak in your language.

Our technicians are so skilled at what they do that most jobs are completed within the first (1st) hour of the technician being on-site. This not only makes us efficient but highly affordable. We charge an hourly rate (full for the first hour) and then in even 15 increments there after. The price really depends on your geographical area.

Payment for the computer work is easy too. We accept Visa or Master card and process your payment before the technician leaves.

So what services do you provide?

  • Computer repairs to desktops, Macs, laptops, and servers
  • We offer business grade IT solutions for SME's businesses
  • We remove unwanted gremlins like viruses from your PC
  • We speed up your slow PC, Mac, or laptop
  • We can setup a new computer, printers, smart phones or tablets
  • We can also configure ADSL, wireless and other types of PC networks
  • Initiate hardware, software, and firmware upgrades
  • Also our Geeks make good teachers and they do informal PC training
  • ...For anything additional please give us a ring today!

So for a better value for money and getting the job done right the first time - call us on 1300 738 570!

TESTIMONIAL

Thank you kindly for your warmth, support, patience and persistence. When we discovered that something "weird" was going on for our business emails & online accounting program, no-one from our "support/help" desks could help us. I was really worried about if the problem could be solved. Then I found you on online and I appreciate the way you dropped everything and came to help us at such short notice, taking our "urgent" matter seriously. You were there for us when we really needed you. Business was back up and running immediately after your visit, thank you. We know we can count on you next time we need computer support and we look forward to seeing you again and referring you on to our friends.

D. Quinn, Mount Coolum, QLD 2010
DID YOU KNOW?

Time Magazine considered naming Steve Jobs “Man of the Year” in 1982, even sending a reporter for interviews multiple times, but instead, the magazine named “the computer” the machine of the year.