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Computer repairs Kelso

Do you live or work in Kelso?

Do you need a geek to fix your computer and IT trobles?

Help is on the way. Geeks2U provides leading on-site computer support and networking services to homes and businesses in the Kelso and wider Townsville region.

Whether you need help with your computer or laptop upgrade, fixing computer or laptop issues, wired networking or software and hardware installation, an extremely knowledgeable and charming Geeks2U computer repair whiz can be there in no time.

Established in 2005, Geeks2U is Australian owned and operated and has grown to become the leading provider of on-site computer & PC support for residential and commercial customers.

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

Convenient and hassle-free computer repairs in Kelso – good one Geeks!

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