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Liverpool Laptop Maintenance Contracts – Protect your bottom line and keep your laptop fleet in action

Given the huge reliance of many Liverpool based companies on laptops, some ICT managers and budget holders will be welcome the opening of Laptop Power UK’s flagship store on the Hunts Cross Asda Retail Park. We are able to offer Liverpool companies highly competitive maintenance contracts to ensure your laptops remain in-use and making your employees as productive as possible.

Given we hold the vast majority of parts, and all of the machinery used in our repairs on site in Hunts Cross, often companies who hold maintenance contracts with us will have the laptop back on site, fully working the very next day. If you prefer to perform your repairs in-house, then given that we stock a comprehensive range of original laptop adapters, laptop screens and laptop batteries in stock – we will still be able to help protect your bottom line as compared to going direct to the OEM manufacturer for parts.

We also sell a wide range of laptops, all sold with a Laptop Power UK warranty. What this means is that if something goes wrong with your laptop, it will be repaired for you the very next day – not sent off for weeks on end which is often the case under many manufacturing warranties.

We encourage Liverpool’s corporate community to get in touch and allow us to explain the price competitiveness and responsiveness that our corporate laptop maintenance contracts offer. Sure, Laptop repair can be done in house, but given the huge range of parts required, and the busy working lives of many ICT technicians, it is often a job best outsourced.

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