Computer Repairs Pagewood

Computer and IT issues may arise when you least expect it and can be a hassle so Mobile Geeks are here to make IT easy. We have been providing computer repairs and IT managed services to residents and businesses in Pagewood for over a decade.

If you need help setting up your printer or you need to set up a business server, Mobile Geeks can assist. Our Pagewood computer technicians can do everything from setting up printers, mapped drives and outlook emails to setting up remote access, installing software to upgrading hardware, installing NBN to diagnosing slow internet connections, and everything in between. We can deal with all computer issues no matter how rare or difficult because chances are we have already encountered the problem numerous times over the years, making us more equipped to do the task.

What computer repair and IT services are offered by the Mobile Geeks in Pagewood?

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks in Pagewood provides include:


Can Mobile Geeks travel to my home or business in Pagewood?

Mobile Geeks delivers effective, competent and helpful onsite computer repairs, servicing Pagewood and surround suburbs with no call out fees.

How can I book a Pagewood computer repair technician?

If you would like to book one of our IT Geeks, give us a call on 1300 883 021 or fill in our booking request and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Pagewood Historical Note:

Pagewood is located 8 kilometres south east of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Botany Bay, and is a part of the south eastern suburbs of Sydney

Pagewood was originally planned as a garden suburb much like neighbouring Daceyville. However it ended up providing housing after World War One when there was a land shortage. In 1919 the new suburb began to develop as an estate called Monash Gardens. The name was changed to Pagewood in 1929 to honour an Alderman on Botany Council – F.J. Page.

In 1935 National Studios opened here and operated for nearly 30 years, British and Australian cinema was produced here. In the 1950’s the site was sold to General Motors Holden, who, until 1981 ran a car manufacturing plant there.

In 1960 the council considered changing the suburb name to East Botany, but residents managed to win the fight to retain the name.