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We are Australia’s leading provider of on-site computer repairs and technology support for homes and businesses. Our 220,000+ customers absolutely love our service. Check out our Facebook page to see just how much. We also have over 43,000 published testimonials on our website here.

We fix computers @ the home and office. Our services include hardware and software repairs, system security solutions, wireless and wired network installations, virus and spyware prevention and removal, data backup and recovery solutions and just about any other type of computer support our customers require.

To help support our rapid growth, we’re constantly on the lookout for enthusiastic, hardworking people to join our head office team as well as experienced independent contractors to join our 350+ technician network across Australia. Please click the links below for more information:

 

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