Nowadays, we are so reliant on computer technology that any time one of your gadgets has a glitch, you feel real stress. I am stressed as I am writing this now… I left my iPad at my parents and that means two weeks without until I see them next. This ‘disaster’ has necessitated a radical change in how I run my life causing additional stress. If my computer went down….well, I don’t even want to think of that! Are you with me on that?

But lets say the worst has happened and your computer has crashed or it is simply testing your patience by taking its sweet time to do anything. If that is you, save yourself the time and drama and call Mobile Geeks. Mobile Geeks will resolve any of your computer repairs problems quickly, effectively and with a smile. In this business, the old saying of ‘The Customer is Always Right’ is still kicking. Every one of our computer repair geeks is regularly checked on their customer service skills and if there are any complaints, we Mobile Geeks management takes them very seriously.

Mobile Geeks are a proud Sydney organisation that has been looking after the computer repair needs of Sydney for many years. Mobile Geeks computer repairs are focused on all of our Glebe business as well as individual clientele and look forward to Making IT Easy for you.

Mobile Geeks computer repairs will deliver  on location skilled professional, secured and pleasant computer repairs and maintenance service 7 days a week. Dial 1300 883 021 in order to speak to our Geeks right away.

Glebe Historical Note:

Glebe is an inner-city suburb of Sydney located 3 km south-west of the Sydney CBD and is part of the Inner West region.Glebe surrounds Blackwattle Bay, an inlet of Sydney Harbour.  Ultimo is to the east and Annandale and Forest Lodge are to the west of this suburb. Glebe’s name comes from the fact that the land on which it is located was a glebe that was originally owned by the Anglican Church. ‘The Glebe’ is what was a land grant of 400 acres given by Governor Arthur Phillip to Reverend Richard Johnson, Chaplain of the First Fleet, in 1790. In the 19th century, architect, Edmund Blacket, lived here. Blacket built his family home, Bidura, on Glebe Point Road in 1858. He designed it along conventional Victorian Regency lines. Blacket also designed St John’s Church.