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Computer Repairs Coopers Plains

Geeks2U offers expert onsite computer repairs to homes and businesses in Coopers Plains. Call us to learn how we can solve your technology problems today! You will be hard pressed to find better technical support professionals than Geeks2U. The highly trained computer repair technicians in Coopers Plains are positioned to handle even the most complicated technical issues. Geeks2U will find a solution to your problem guaranteed or you don’t pay. That’s our 100% money-back guarantee.

 

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What Our Customers Say

For a small micro business like mine I can't afford a dedicated IT support department. You...

Keith V
Coopers Plains, QLD on 03-08-2019 at 11:57:19 am

That Chris explained everything in a way that we understood (as we don't understand IT at all), he...

Julie S
Coopers Plains, QLD on 20-07-2018 at 12:17:34 pm

Shoaib arrived on time. He was nicely presented and got straight to work on the computer. Not only...

Peter T
Coopers Plains, QLD on 05-07-2018 at 4:30:59 pm

All our technical issues were sorted in a very professional manner. Chris explained everything to...

Darren C
Coopers Plains, QLD on 27-06-2018 at 10:20:12 am

I would say that on the initial request for a technician, a quick, personal response was made by...

Sandra W
Coopers Plains, QLD on 22-12-2017 at 9:11:15 am

Efficient in explaining why and where especially as we are both over 70 and we were so impressed by...

Sandra W
Coopers Plains, QLD on 14-12-2016 at 2:25:41 pm

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