Computer Repairs Longueville
Mobile Geeks is Sydney’s leading computer repair company in Longueville. We bring our Geeks to you, offering you onsite computer repairs at your office or home in Longueville.
If you need assistance with your NAS setup or you’re having internet connection issues, it’s time to get Mobile Geeks on the phone. Our IT Geeks are trained at hardware installations, wireless internet diagnostics, Apple TV setups, printer configurations, antivirus software installations, computer and laptop formatting, software driver installations, computer backups, data recovery and all things computer repairs and IT support related. If our Longueville computer technicians can’t fix your issue then you don’t pay.
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 onsite professional, guaranteed and friendly computer repairs and servicing Longueville seven days a week.
Call 1300 883 021 to speak to our Geeks now.
Longueville Historical Note:
Longueville is located 8 kilometres north west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the Municipality of Lane Cove.
The area was originally the home of the Cam-mer-ray-gal people of the Aboriginal Ku-ring-gai tribe of people. The Ku-ring-gai people inhabited the north shore of Port Jackson and were one of the largest tribes in the Sydney area.
1831 the area became home to one of the largest manufacturing industries of the time – the Rupert Kirk soap factory. In the 1870’s it started growing as a residential suburb and in the 1920’s was officially proclaimed as a suburb. It is now home to some of Australia’s most expensive real estate.
Where the name for the suburb came from is still up for debate, but, it is thought the suburb was named after a French nobleman Duc De Longueville with three of the streets named after his daughters Arabella, Christina and Lucretia