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Nationwide: English-speaking computer repair

Moderator: Mick

Re: Nationwide: English-speaking computer repair

Postby Nam » 27 Jun 2016, 23:49

ilikecoffee wrote:Whatever happened to Nam's site? He built me a great pc about 8 years ago... swapped out the HD after it died last year. The rest of the thing is still ticking along just fine!

Best Bloody PC I ever had built!



I'm still around, just haven't had time to revamp the site.
I'll try to get it up again over the next few weeks but I'm juat a bit overloaded at the moment.
Having computer trouble and don't know who to call?
Think you can't afford a new computer to replace what you've currently got?
Need on-site tech-support for small to medium enterprise?
http://www.nationwide.com.tw
info@nationwide.com.tw
Tel: 092 676 3664
There's a reason why we've been around for so long and continue to grow.
Give us a shout and find out why!
Nam
Shoe-wielding Legislator (huīwǔ xiézi de lìfǎ wěiyuán)
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