Computer Repairs Berala:
We are so dependent upon technology that once your pc is suffering from a glitch your life-style can experience problems as well. Whenever your computersystem will not perform the job to its peak effectiveness and you are no longer able to get emails, browse the world-wide-web or carry out your business – It’s time to call computer repair specialists. Mobile Geeks are able to service most of your computer repairs needs and we will do it professionally, effectively and with great customer service attitude. Throughout our business, that old proverb, ‘The Customer is Always Right’ is always alive and well. Each and every one our computer repair specialists is continually examined but not only on business skills and qualifications, \on consumer support competence as well!
Mobile Geeks are proud to be a Sydney business that’s been tending to the computer repair needs in this community for many years. We have also provided various computer repairs and maintenance services in Berala including virus elimination, data back-up not to mention retrieval, software package installing and email set up wifi network, VOIP as well as terminal hosting server programming.
We are focused on our Berala businesses and individuals and look forward to Making IT Easy for you.
Mobile Geeks deliver on-site professional, warranted and pleasant computer repairs and servicing 7 days every week. Call up 1300 883 021 so that you can talk to our Geeks straight away.
Mobile Geeks is the leading computer repairs company in Sydney.
Berala Historical Note:
This western Sydney suburb is located 20 kilometers west of the Sydney central business district, falling under the local government area of Auburn
Berala is derived from an Aboriginal word Bareela a word for a musk duck. The area was once a swamp and attracted many wild birds. When the railway line between Lidcombe and Regents Park was being extended a few names were considered including Bareela, Torrington and Sidmouth. In 1912 the railway station opened, with the school following in 1924 and the post office in 1927
The railway station is on the inner west line and the loop section of the Bankstown Line, part of the City Rail network. A bus line also runs between Auburn and Bankstown. A small group of shops is located along the main road and alongside the railway station. Its neighbouring suburbs include Auburn, Lidcombe, Chullora, and Regents Park