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Student laptop repairs in Liverpool – Laptop Power UK partner up with Liverpool John Moores Student Union

Laptop Power UK’s management are keen to announce their newly forged partnership with Liverpool JMU Union – aimed at providing Liverpool students with a responsive, competitively priced laptop repair service. Laptop Power UK will be presenting at the pending Fresher’s Fair at JMU, and will be explaining to students the three convenient drop-off locations that have been set up around the Liverpool University Campus. Liverpool laptop repair is due for a significant face lift.

Key features of the service are a guaranteed repair quote in 24 hours, and with a guaranteed 24 hour turnaround on Virus removal and software installations. Given it is not that long since Director Mark Roughley left university himself, he explains Laptop Power UK as a company recognise the there is no question about that, hence the tremendous student discounts being offered. However even more important than price is the speed and responsiveness of the service given the huge reliance many students place on their laptops.’

Our laptop specialists technicians can also repair Iphones, playstations, Xboxes and desktop computers. If you have a problem with a mobile technology device, drop it off at one of the designated Student Union drop-off locations, and let us do the rest. Both Liverpool Johns Moores Union and Laptop Power UK realise the importance of a laptop to most students, hence the huge investment that has been made into this service – which is set to boom during the 2010/11 academic year. Any questions regarding Student Liverpool laptop repair – and we can answer them at your Fresher’s Fair!

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