iFix IT Solutions has excellent support staff and a rapidly increasing database of first class service providers to repair and maintain your equipment. The company is owned by me, Mike Fewtrell and is my way to make life a little easier for us regular folk, by providing a way to avoid unexpected and unwelcome bills. I believe that by joining together as a community we can save ourselves a great deal of time, money and aggravation and become a powerful force as a group of like-minded consumers.
Previously I was involved with the financial management of construction projects, but I've always been a fan of new technology, especially computers and entertainment based equipment (information technology basically) and as a hobby have been repairing and building computers for as long as I can remember.
As a result I became 'the friend' that people would turn to when they had problems with their own computers, and other gadgets. It was great to be able to help out, but I dread to think how much of my spare time I've spent working on other peoples computers. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed doing it, but working hard at your own job and then spending many of your weekends fixing other peoples stuff for free begins to grate on the nerves after a while.
We all know that nothing lasts forever, and this is certainly true for computers, televisions and the like, which are designed by their manufacturers to have a lifetime of around five years. After that they want you to buy a new one of course, but that's not usually necessary.
All you have to do is repair rather than replace your existing computers and televisions, and not fall into the manufacturers trap of buying new equipment every five years or so. There is, however, a small flaw in that plan, and that's the aggravation and expense of getting these things fixed. Unless you've got a friend that will do it for you of course, but you'd still have to buy parts.
But then why would you spend £100 or more getting a broken computer or TV fixed, when you could buy a bright and shiny new one for £300-£400? OK, that would be an entry level piece of tech, but yes a new one could be had for that sort of money. Yes, it may be made of cheaper parts to keep the price down, so the performance might not be quite what you'd like, and yes it may, and probably will, break down in five years and so on, and so forth.
There's the rub then. Do you put significant chunks of your hard earned cash into repairing your faulty equipment or buy new? What if there was another option?
Maintenance contracts are nothing new of course, but it would be an unusual thing for a householder to take out. After all, it's not like your computer or TV breaks down every five minutes is it? So you wouldn't need regular visits from an engineer to attend to broken down equipment such as a business establishment might, right? No, but occasionally, frequently even, you as a householder need some help. So what if there was a way for you to get that help when you need it, without paying the earth for it? Well, that's where I think we come in.
iFix IT Solutions is a breakdown recovery and repair service for your household audio-visual and computing equipment, combined with unlimited technical support. We provide this service for the very reasonable fee of just £25 a month (per household), which covers all repair costs. You won't pay another penny towards repairing or maintaining your existing equipment.
We cover anything that can be described as computing or audio-visual equipment that is typically found in the home, other than portable devices, and place no restrictions on the quantity or age of your equipment. Now, that's a huge range of equipment, maintained and repaired for a very reasonable all inclusive monthly fee, plus unlimited technical support.
You wouldn't wait for your car to break down before you joined a recovery service, so join our rapidly growing community of like-minded consumers and start saving money today. Go to the 'Sign-Up' page using the link below. It only takes a couple of minutes and we promise that you won't regret it.iFix IT Solutions - Isn't Life Hard Enough?