Amiens, QLD 4352

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)


Our team will make every effort to find a solution. If we cannot provide a solution, we will not charge for our services


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

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Amiens, QLD 4352 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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Was our I.T. expert on time and presentable? Yes Did our I.T. expert meet your customer service requirements? Exceptional Would you use our services again? Yes Stuart presented as a professional who understood the problems were were having. His solutions were factual and beneficial and he is an excellent representation of Super I.T. Solutions
- Allen S

Great to deal with and fixes our problems

Michael is on time, presentable, great to deal with and fixes our problems.
- Guido M.

Friendly and efficient

Very happy with the service. Friendly and efficient. Would recommend Super IT Solutions.
- Annette C.

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Computer Repairs Amiens, QLD 4352

Amiens is a rural locality in the Southern Downs Region, Queensland, Australia. Following World War I, Amiens was one of the Pikedale soldier settlements established in the Granite Belt area of the Darling Downs. The name Amiens refers to the World War I battlefield in northern France, which was of special importance to the Australian Imperial Force in March-April 1918. The name was suggested by surveyor George Grant in 1920. Construction of the Amiens railway line commenced in 1919 and the line was opened on 7 June 1920. Edward, Prince of Wales, travelled the length of the Amiens branch in a royal train to officially open the line on 26 July 1920. Although the intention of the soldier settlement farms in the district was fruit growing, the fruit trees required a number of years before they would bear fruit and the government loans on the farms required immediate interest payments. Many soldier settlers turned to vegetable growing, both for their own use and to enable them to sell for a short-term income. The Amien State School opened in 1919. The railway line closed on 28 February 1974. Amiens has a number of heritage-listed sites, including St Denys Anglican Church.

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