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About Geeks2U


We promise to surprise and delight our customers. Every single one.
David Hancock, Founder and
Managing Director

 “This service company has flourished by making customers its priority”


Well over 270,000 customers across Australia have used Geeks2U for their computer repairs. Whether you’re scared of technology or you are the CTO at an ASX 200 listed company, we can help you with all your technology.

 

Geeks2U provide expert computer repair
service & support across Australia

 

Have you seen one of our geekmobiles before? If you have, it’s because we offer onsite help in every major city in Australia.

Maybe you’ve seen one of our TV ads? We like to keep things light-hearted and always explain things in a way you’ll understand.

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How we became Australia’s leading computer repair service…

 

  • Started in Sydney
    Dec
    2005

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  • Kicked off in Canberra
    Aug
    2006

  • Threw Melbourne in the mix
    Sep
    2006

  • Launched in Brisbane
    Mar
    2007

  • Hit the ground in the Gold Coast & Perth
    May
    2007

  • Added Adelaide
    Sep
    2007

  • Commenced in Hobart
    Jun
    2008

  • Ticked over 25,000 happy customers
    Jul
    2009

  • Reached 50,000 happy customers
    Jan
    2011

  • Hit 100,000 happy customers!
    Jan
    2013

  • Helped our 200,000th customer!
    Jul
    2015

 

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