Hi, this is the page where we will tell you all about what we do in store and online.

If you don't know about ComputerBits, we are a shop located in Chapel-en-le-Frith, in the High Peak in Derbyshire. We sell goods connected with PCs and also provide a range of associated services, including repairs of Hardware, Virus removal, and Systems Support.  We have an Internet and Communications side to our business (www.cbits.net) which provides Broadband, Telephone and VOIP services as well as Websites and Domain Names. Basically if its "to do with the PC", we either do it or have a man that can!

We are happy to be the "Techie" for you, your family or your business, and whilst we recommend that you call to us (its cheaper for you that way), we are happy to provide telephone help, or, (given its not your internet connection that's the problem), provide remote "on-line" support.

We can of course come to you if that's the most effective way to help, we look to take a holistic approach to support, in that it's often unclear if a problem is hardware, network or software systems, we look at it in the round and try to find the most effective and economic route to solving the problem.

If you have a business venture or a move of premises, come and talk to us early on, we love to get involved and will provide ideas (and physical support) from business stationery, web design, cabling, telephones, hardware, software, cups of tea, good places to eat and drink, and a big ovation when its all going!

 

Our aim is to provide quality goods and services at the lowest prices we can, in general we will have a solution that is as good or better than elsewhere and will match or beat our competitors prices.

 

See my musings and our price pledge on this page.

Check out all our newest updates on our News Page

 

PS we've changed the theme of the blog to one that is Googlesque. do you like it? let us know, or LIKE us On Facebook or +1 us on Google+
We were hoping to be able to Computerbits-ise (doesn't work as well as "Googlesque does it?) the header, but haven't  found a way yet…