Alberton, QLD 4207

Super I.T. Solutions

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Super IT Solutions will do its very best to get out to you the same day of booking (at no extra charge)


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We come to you Monday to Saturday 8am to 10pm at a convenient time that you choose.

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Alberton, QLD 4207 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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Well on time

well on time; He helped me with my problem in a very professional and friendly way and I think went well past his brief by ringing and dealing with Telstra! Yet again I was very happy and will continue using them if reqired
- Gloria L.

recommending you guys

Thank you o Matthew for all his help he sort everything out quickly and efficiently , we have no hesitation recommending you guys , we called that morning stuck with no phone , no internet and a number of other pieces of equipment not working but thanks to Mathew they were all sorted in no time .
- Jo L.

Great Service

The Technician was on time , efficient, professional and polite. He answered questions in lay persons' terms. The service was completed to my satisfaction.
- Jennifer D.

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Computer Repairs Alberton, QLD 4207

Alberton is a locality in the City of Gold Coast, Queensland, bounded in the north by the Logan River and in the west by its tributary, the Albert River. The Aboriginal name for the area was Wobbomerijee (where "wobum" means mud and "mudtheri" means sticky). European settlement began in 1863, when the first settlers arrived. A town reserve was established in 1865 on the southern bank, near the junction of the Logan and Albert Rivers. In 1869, the first Lutheran church was established near the Lutheran cemetery, on Zipfs Road. The area was known as Elkana (meaning "God has created and blessed"). Later the area was called Alberton, after Prince Albert, consort to Queen Victoria, but the name Elkana was preserved in Elkana Road. In 1870, a ferry service across the river was introduced, with the first bridge being built in 1876, at Yatala. A German school was established early in the 1870s, beside the church. The Gem Hotel was established prior to 1911, but it was destroyed by fire in 1933. In the 1950s, a very notable Bora ceremonial site on the Logan river was destroyed and replaced with a pineapple plantation owned by a Mr. Inklemann.

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