So what do you do? – The Ethical Computer Company

TECC, The Ethical Computer Company, based in Hamil Road, Burslem, is a charitable non-profit making organization. We are a people before profit organisation and operate a no-fix no-fee policy.

We sell reburbished and new PCs and Laptops and all our refurbs come with a no quibble 6 months warranty.

We provide computer and laptop repair to the local community at a fraction of the price you will have to pay at other major outlets.

It costs nothing for us to look at your machine and diagnose the problem.

We can repair any computer or laptop problem either in our well equiped shop or our experienced mobile technician can visit your home (all our technicians carry photo-ID).

We stock a large range of computer peripherals i.e. monitors, mice, printers, external and internal cables, adapters, flash drives, DVD roms, Hard drives, routers, DVDs, CDs, RAM, Chargers, Motherboards.. the list could be endless!

We also have a UKonline Centre within our store where our professional, patient staff would help you along the way or just leave you to your own devices. This very post is being uploaded from our weekly website-building session which takes place every Tuesday at Midday in association with Talk About Local and the Workers’ Educational Association.

We offer other services such as colour laser printing, copying, scanning, laminating, faxing. Ever wanted your precious photographs transferred to DVD and don’t have the time or inclination, then why not let us help you out?

Having problems then .. you know where to come!

Check out our Ebay store and Facebook page.

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