Computer Repairs Newtown

If you live or work in Newtown and you need computer repairs or you would like your business’ IT taken care of, contact Mobile Geeks. Our team of computer technicians provide mobile computer repairs and servicing to Newtown and the Inner West seven days a week.

Our skilled computer troubleshooters can handle computer repairs and IT issues of all difficulties, even issues that only occur once every few years. We cover everything from slow wi-fi diagnostics to slow computer troubleshooting, virus removals to anti-virus software configuration, new computer installations to power supply replacements, printer setups to computer networking setups, and everything in between.

For businesses looking for managed IT services, we offer remote IT support, remote offsite backups, managed internet connection services, email exchange support, server installation, voice over internet protocol (VoIP) and Office 365 management. Our IT Geeks assist with all confidently and efficiently so you can have time for a beer at your local pub.

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:

 

Mobile Geeks offer managed IT services and onsite computer repairs to homes and businesses in Newtown and the Inner West.

Book online or give us a buzz at 1800 883 021!

Newtown Historical Note:

Newtown is located 4 kilometres south west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government areas of both The City of Sydney and Marrickville Council, it is part of the inner west region of Sydney.

The main street of Newtown is Kings Street and it is the centre of entertainment and commercial activities. Enmore road branches off Kings Street – the two streets comprise a 9 kilometre round trip of some 600 shopfronts. The main shopping strip of Newtown is the longest and most complete commercial area in Sydney, and is often referred to as *Eat street* due to the number of cafes and restaurants. More cafes and restaurants can be found in King Street.

Because of the areas industrial and commercial history there are many pubs in the area.

The Trocadero Dance Hall was opened in 1889 and is one of the last dance halls still standing in Sydney.