Geeks2U Promise
We guarantee you'll love our fast, friendly service - or we'll refund your money.  

0330 808 5201
Extended hours, 7 days a week
Home  /  Request A Computer Technician

Request a Computer Technician

Please fill out the following information and one of our friendly Customer Service Specialists will be in touch pronto.

Between the hours of 9am-7pm weekdays, 9am-6pm Saturdays and Sundays (GMT/BST), we will contact you within 60 minutes by phone to finalise your appointment request and answer any questions you have. Outside of these hours you will be contacted by 11am the next day. Please ensure you supply a number that we will be able to reach you on within the next hour.

If you require service urgently, please call us on 0330 808 5201

 

Request a Computer Technician

0330 808 5201

Recent News

As part of its launch of its new, shiny and rather expensive Apple iPhone XS range, Apple also announced when the new versions of its operating systems for all of its products will be available to consumers. If you’re especially keen, they’ve been available for some months in beta forms, but that carries with it… More 

It’s often said that we live in an information age, because it’s never been easier to find information about anything, and there’s never been more information about our lives available to others. The core of that information, however, is the ability to communicate, and that should mean that communications applications should be highly valuable commodities… More 

If you ask Apple, the productivity tablet that you should buy would be its iPad Pro line. Ask Microsoft the same question, and it would point to its Surface Go tablets, its more “affordable” version of its existing Surface, Surface Book and Surface Laptop devices. Fully kitted out, either an iPad Pro 9.7 or Surface… More 

The pace of technological movement is rather rapid, but there are points in time that can be seen as landmarks in its progression. Microsoft’s Windows 95 was one such shift, taking its visual operating system out to the masses as home computing based around Windows hit absolute critical scale. It certainly wasn’t the case that… More