Microcosmic Technologies

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    Clarke Street Shepparton VIC
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Since 1999 I've been helping people at home or office solve problems with computer systems, networks, the internet, multimedia,...

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  • ABN
    ABN - 88167645936 88 167 645 936
  • Certification
    Certificate IV Computer Maintenance Verified oui-icon-check-selected

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  • Wayne did a great job locating and then rectifying our data and wifi issues. We used him to set up all of our Apple products so they actually worked together which was vital for our company. I recommend Microcosmic for all your IT and data needs!

  • I'd been suffering from slow download speed and dropouts for months and couldn't sort it out. Wayne from Microcosmic identified the problem with my router, specced the replacement and left me detailed instructions on how to set things up again. When I had a problem getting things going again, h... Read more

  • Wayne is reliable and hardworking, would gladly deal with again. Wayne is reliable and hardworking, would gladly deal with again.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What questions should a customer ask to hire the right service professional?

    Technicians should have at least Certificate III level qualifications and a minimum of two years on the job experience before you should consider engaging them.

    Telecommunications technicians who run any communications cable, for example phone or network data cable, must hold an Open Cabler Registration and be able to present their registration card if you ask for it.

    Ask if the contractor has appropriate and adequate insurance coverage. This is quite often overlooked. A professional operator will happily show you certificates of currency for their insurance if you ask.

    Ask for a telecommunications cabling advice form (TCA1) if one has not been given to you after completion of work.

  • Are you an insured business and do you guarantee your work?

    Fully insured with $20M public & product liability cover and $100,000 cover for property damage. All workmanship is guaranteed and any damage caused to customer premises will be repaired in a timely manner.

    Physical items either provided free of charge or purchased by the customer are covered by manufacturer's standard warranty and Australian Consumer Laws.

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