Computer Repairs Bringelly
Mobile Geeks is Bringelly’s most trusted and reliable computer repairer and managed IT services provider. We bring our computer Geeks to you so you don’t have to leave your home or office when fixing your computer.
Our Bringelly computer technicians can help with issues ranging from your computer running slow to retrieving lost data, software health checks to virus removals, computer training to smart home automation setups, and everything in between. Our Mobile Geeks computer repairs team in Bringelly are not only trained on the technical aspects of the job but they also possess outstanding customer service as that is our number one priority.
Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:
- computer services and maintenance
- computer upgrade advice
- internet security & firewall setup
- data backup
- data recovery
- computer networking
- virus removals
- wireless networking
- computer training and user assistance
- email setup, support and migration
- small business IT support
- smart home setup
Mobile Geeks provide on-site professional, efficient and friendly computer repairs, servicing the Bringelly and surrounding areas seven days a week.
For Bringelly computer repair bookings, call 1300 883 021 or request a callback.
Bringelly Historical Note:
The name Bringelly was given to a district of Sydney in the early 19th century and later a Parish of the County of Cumberland. Included in the Parish of Bringelly were the suburbs Wallacia, Badgerys Creek and Greendale. Robert Lowe is believed to be the first British settler in the area having been granted 1000 acres in 1812.
Most of the land had been granted and cleared for farming by 1818.In 1857 a post office was opened and the Bringelley Public School in 1880. Local government didn’t come to the area till 1906 and the creation of the Shire of Nepean which included Hoxton Park and covered from as far south as Narellan and west to the Nepean River. The Shire never thrived so when the NSW Government amalgamated a number of councils in 1948 it was divided up amongst Camden, Penrith, Campbelltown and Liverpool and remains so to this day.