Coorparoo, QLD 4151

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Coorparoo, QLD 4151 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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The technician was great and went out of his way to solve the problem

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Hi! The technician was great and went out of his way to solve the problem. Unfortunately, we still couldn't get the maximum benefit as it appears our Telstra equipment was faulty (and we had no way of replacing the dongle as my husband was in hospital and I'm also sick), but he did connect the laptop to the hospital WiFi, and obviously it now will connect to our WiFi at home. So the problem was basically solved. I would have no hesitation in recommending or using you again and both my husband and I were really impressed by how nice and willing the technician was. Thank you again, Cynthia Richardson
- CYNTHIA RICHARDSON

One of the best IT techs after I have met

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Chris is one of the best IT techs after I have met . Chris identified streaming issues and capacity overload which once rectified double my laptop speed. I will book again knowing they have my best interest at heart and will not sell me something I do not want.
- David M.

Great service

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Computer Repairs Coorparoo, QLD 4151

Coorparoo is a suburb of Brisbane, Australia, located 4 km south-east of the CBD. Coorparoo was chosen as the name of the suburb at a public meeting on 22 March 1875, before which it was known as Four Mile Camp. The name Coorparoo is likely derived from an Aboriginal name for Norman Creek, probably recorded by early surveyors as Koolpuroom. The Coorparoo Clan lived south of the Brisbane River and generally camped along creeks. Their name comes from Kulpurum, which was the word for Norman Creek or a tributary of it. They continued to occupy watercourse campsites after white settlement, but other clans from the region began to move into South Brisbane. On 17 June 1856, ten farms were sold from the Parish of Bulimba near Stones Corner. Investors bought all but two of them. The next year, James Warner surveyed land on the other side of the road for a second land auction. Samuel Stevens donated two acres of his property near the junction of Cavendish and Old Cleveland Roads for use of a school. In 1876, the Coorparoo State School was opened and Frederick Robinson began offering public transport in a wagonette from Coorparoo Junction to Victoria Bridge.


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