Isaacs, ACT 2607

Super I.T. Solutions

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Isaacs, ACT 2607 Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 440 reviews
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Just some feedback on our Super IT Solutions experience on 4 Feb. Absolutely delighted with Cyril, he was so quick and knowledgeable. All our 5 or 6 queries were fixed within the hour. We would definitely recommend Super IT Solutions. They have saved us from angst time and time again. Thanks to everyone who works with Super IT Solutions, a great company. THANK YOU AGAIN!!
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arrived on time , good at his job.
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Peter went above and beyond what was expected

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Your technician was on time and presentable. Peter went above and beyond what was expected, explaining and rectifying the problem areas with my computer. I would use your service again.
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Computer Repairs Isaacs, ACT 2607

Isaacs is a suburb in the district of Woden Valley, in Canberra. The suburb was gazetted as a Division Name on 12 May 1966, but residential housing was not built until the late 1980s. Isaacs is next to the suburbs of O'Malley, Mawson and Farrer. It is bounded by Yamba Drive and Ngunawal Drive.

Located in the suburb is the Canberra Nature Park of Isaacs Ridge and the Long Gully pine plantation. It is named after Isaac Isaacs (1855-1948), politician, Chief Justice and the first Australian born Governor-General (1931-1936). The suburb's theme is "educationists" - the streets are therefore named after people associated with Australian education, for example Alexander Mackie, academic who was first principal of the Sydney Teacher Training College and first Professor of Education at the University of Sydney (New South Wales), Walter Murray Buntine, teacher and campaigner for public education (Victoria), James B Maclagan, educationist who pioneered correspondence education (Western Australia) and Ellen Whitty (Rev Mother Vincent), social worker and missionary who established 26 Mercy schools and teacher training colleges (Queensland).



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