Computer Repairs Bundeena:

We have grown so reliant upon electronics that whenever your laptop or computer refuses to work, your everyday life will be negatively affected as well. The moment your system refuses to work to its best effectiveness or else even worse, altogether fails phone computer repair personnel. Mobile Geeks will have the ability to service all of your computer repairs needs skillfully and with an attitude you will appreciate. Inside our company, the old saying, ‘The Customer is Always Right’ remains alive and well. All our computer repair experts are frequently examined but not only on trade specialist knowledge and qualifications, they are tested on their customer service skills as well.

Mobile Geeks is a proud Sydney provider that has been attending to the computer repair needs for this town for a long time. We have also looked after our Bundeena clients by giving numerous computer repairs and maintenance services in this area. These services range from contamination removal, data back-up as well as retrieval, software applications install and electronic mail set up wireless system, Voice over ip as well as terminal hosting server programming.

Our company is dedicated all of our Bundeena business and individual clients and we look forward to Making IT Easy for you.

Mobile Geeks provide you on-site qualified, secured and helpful computer repairs and servicing seven days each week. Simply call 1300 883 021 to be able to talk to our Geeks straight away.

Bundeena Historical Note:

Bundeena is a village on the outskirts of southern Sydney, and  is located 29km south of the  central business district it is part of the local government area of the Sutherland Shire.

Bundeena is an Aboriginal word meaning “noise like thunder, and many rock engravings made by the Dharawal people can be seen at Jibbon Head.

The area was investigated in 1796 by Bass and Flinders who decided it was not a suitable area for a settlement. There were reports in 1815 of criminals in the Cabbage Tree Creek region producing sly grog which they then stored in the caves along the foreshore.

Owen Byrne was Bundeena’s first white settler, with land being granted to him in 1832. George Simpson was given a land grant at the nearby Bonnie Vale in1863 and the Simpson Hotel was opened in the area now known as Simpsons Bay in the 1870’s by Georges son William