Dial A Geek - providing IT Support for businesses in Bristol since 2006

Tell us where you are today
and we'll help you build for tomorrow

Your tech on your terms? We’ve got a plan for that

With a range of IT support packages to suit every kind of organisation, no one understands your business needs quite like Dial A Geek. Select from the options below to find out more about how we can help you make the most of your tech.

How many are you?

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We recommend

Tier 1

£15 +VAT

Per month, per device

Our people talk your language

Our people talk
your language

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At Dial A Geek, we help people build better businesses by looking after their IT equipment and systems.

We support, we install, we repair and we advise. And we do all that in fixed-price packages that work for everyone from solo entrepreneurs to established enterprises.

Whatever size business we’re working with, our experts provide a friendly, responsive and reliable service that’s a fraction of the cost of an in-house team and, although our work can get technical, we make sure we never speak geek.

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What’s the cost of

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Every hour that your tech’s out of action is costing you money – and it could add-up to much more than you think…
Cost of lost productivity
and revenue per year =

Meet the geeks

Working with us means working with smart people with genuine expertise... and hidden talents!


IT Support Bristol

Looking for IT Support in Bristol?

Our team of local computer technicians provide IT Support for businesses just like yours across Bristol and the South West.

You’ll find us in the old fire station on York Road, Bedminster - close to Temple Meads and Bristol city centre.


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