Call a Geek has some of the best computer repair and computer support people in New Zealand. As well as knowing their stuff they are also nice people to do business with. We’re proud to be considered the number one home and small business computer services specialist.
Call a Geek offer flexible services and on-demand response to suit your personal and business needs. You visit us, we visit you or do everything via our specialised remote service – It really is up to you and what suits you best.
Our store is located at 16 Halifax Street, Nelson next to the Z petrol station. Fully manned from 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday you’re welcome to drop in. We’ll diagnose the issue and if possible fix it while you wait. If it requires something more we’ll arrange a time and date with you for pick up or we can deliver.
Don’t worry about removing all of those cables from the back of your computer (or putting them back!). We’ll come to you and either fix on site or if needed take it back to our repair shop. When ready we’ll deliver to your home or business, connect it up and test to make sure everything is working as expected.
Our on-site visiting service is also perfect for those instances where we may need to evaluate your entire set-up, including attached devices (printer, modem, etc) cabling and network connectivity. Sometimes its not the computer that says no!
We can remote control you!
Wherever you are in NZ; Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch or Nelson we can remote control your computer to help you. This ensures we can fix your problem faster and cheaper as we don’t need to spend time travelling. Hey, at the same time we’re both saving the planet!
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