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Computer repairs Heatley

Do you live or work in Heatley?

Do you need a geek to tackle your computer headaches?

Help is on the way. Geeks2U provides convenient on-call computer help and IT configuration services to homes and businesses in the Heatley and wider Townsville region.

Whether you need help with your computer or laptop training, PC or laptop issues, web configuration or system security solutions, an extremely knowledgeable and charming Geeks2U computer repair professional can be there pronto.

Geeks2U is Australia’s number one provider of mobile computer & PC support services for homes and businesses, Geeks2U was founded in 2005 and is proudly Australian owned and operated.

Call 1300 769 448 or fill out our contact form to say goodbye to frustrating and time-consuming computer problems.

On-site computer repairs in Heatley – three cheers for Geeks!

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