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Why do these companies call Geeks2U when they need help with their computers and technology?

We guarantee our work and will always provide a solution. Geeks2U has helped 47,460 companies across Australia with their IT needs, and whether you’re big or small, we can help you too.

  • Urgent, same-day service is usually available no matter when you call. But if you call before 10:00am on weekdays, we guarantee to have someone at your business that same day.
  • We do it all – PCs, Macs, printers, POS terminals, wireless networks, servers, and more!
  • No hidden fees or surprise charges; we’re upfront and transparent about our billing.

 

 

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What services does Geeks2U provide?

The Geeks are here to help you, from removing viruses to setting up wireless networks and printers. In fact, we guarantee that we can find a solution to your problem or you don’t pay – it’s simple.

This list could span several pages, but here’s an idea of the kind of services we provide:

  • Hard drive, email and network configuration.
  • Software installation.
  • Software, hardware and network upgrades.
  • Desktop support.
  • Server and application support.
  • Preventative maintenance and network audits.
  • Data back-up and recovery.
  • Virus protection and removal.
If you can’t see the problem you are facing listed here, don’t worry; we probably can still help you.
Give us a call and we will discuss your needs: 1300 769 448.

 

What areas do we service?

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Give us a call at 1300 769 448 and we will let you know.

 

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