Tulsa Computer Repair has offered fast, reliable, and affordable repairs to homes and small businesses for over twenty years. We have customers all over Oklahoma, out of state, and even a few other countries because the word has spread. Call us today!
NOTICE: Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, onsite services are limited but REMOTE SUPPORT is always available. We look forward to helping you today. Call us today for a consultation or to schedule an appointment.
Do you have a misbehaving PC or Mac? What about annoying pop-ups or suspicious ads? Do you smell smoke or hear strange sounds from inside your computer? That’s not a problem because we can fix that! But if you see flames, you should probably call the fire department first.
Our rates are reasonable because we never charge high fees or have hidden charges. We’re upfront with our charges before the work begins. REMOTE LOGIN support is an option for those quick-to-fix problems. You can even watch us work every step of the way but most people find this boring.
Let Tulsa Computer Repair fix your computer problems today!
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