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Computer repairs Gumlow

Do you live or work in Gumlow?

Do you need a geek to tackle your computer headaches?

No stress. Geeks2U provides reliable on-premises computer repair and network configuration services to homes and businesses in the Gumlow and wider Townsville region.

Whether you need help with your computer or laptop training, computer or laptop problems, web configuration or virus removal, an extremely skilled and personable Geeks2U computer repair expert can be there before you know it.

Australian owned and operated, Geeks2U was founded in 2005 and has quickly become the leading provider of computer & PC support services for the residential and commercial markets.

For reliable on-site computer support, call 1300 769 448 or complete our online form.

No fuss computer repairs in Gumlow – thanks a million Geeks!

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