Residential

Additional Services

Geeks On Call is pleased to offer the following services:

  • Media Center Setup – This includes software and folders for television shows, photography, music, movies and any other media folders you may desire,
  • Game Center Setup – We can take the hassle out of you having to sit through tutorials! We can setup a game center whether your preference is an Apple or PC and you start playing your favorite games in minutes.
  • Web TV Setup – Once you have established an account, we can easily setup your WebTV account using your ISP.
  • Digital Camera Setup and Training – Many businesses are now shooting their own products and creating very professional photography using digital cameras. Geeks On Call can setup and train employees to take product photos to save your company money.
  • MP3 Setup and Training – Geeks On Call can set up your computer to enable you to download MP3 files or to download and transfer MP3 files to other devices.
  • Universal Remote Setup – All jokes about technology aside, setting up the Universal Remote can be a bit tricky, especially in a residence situation with different applications. Your Geeks On Call technician is able to train any member of your household how to program the universal remote.
  • Video to DVD Transfer – Geeks On Call can arrange to have your treasured videos transferred to DVD’s. Please call us and we can easily quote a price for this service dependent on the number of videos and the quality.
  • Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) – This technology enables the user to use the internet to call all over the world at very low or no rates. Geeks On Call can setup VOIP on your computer.

To learn more on how Geeks on call can help with any residential IT service please call us today at 1-800-905-4335 or click here to schedule a service .

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