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IT Professional in Pontyclun, CF72


Ant M.

Ant M.


Pontyclun, CF72

24 Ratings

31 Jobs Completed for PCIQ

57 Forum Posts

Member since 22 Jun 2007

  • PC
  • Mac
  • Home
  • Business


Locations covered

  • Beddau
  • Blackmill
  • Brackla
  • Bridgend
  • Bryncethin
  • Bryncoch
  • Brynna
  • Caerphilly
  • Canton
  • Cardiff
  • Church Village
  • Cowbridge
  • Efail Isaf
  • Gilfach Goch
  • Groes-faen
  • Heath
  • Hendreforgan
  • Lisvane
  • Llandaff
  • Llandaff North
  • Llanharry
  • Llanishen
  • Llantrisant
  • Llantwit Fardre
  • Miskin
  • Nantgarw
  • Ogmore
  • Ogmore-by-Sea
  • Pontyclun
  • Pontypridd
  • Port Talbot
  • Porth
  • Radyr
  • Rhiwbina
  • Southerndown
  • St Brides Major
  • Talbot Green
  • Tonypandy
  • Tonyrefail
  • Whitchurch

PCIQ cities covered

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Recent Reviews

Five Stars
By Delyth W. - 1 Feb 13
Ant's explanation of everything was excellent! We are most satisfied with the advice he gave and will definitely have no hesitation in contacting him for future problems.
Six Stars
By darren S. - 21 Sep 11
Excellent service and a nice guy
Six Stars
By christine  W. - 25 Nov 10
Mr Marsh was very professional , friendly & approchable. The work on my mac was not completed, upon my request, after talking to Mr Marsh. I took the decision to buy new.
I feel the advice i received was first class.
Most definitely would use Ant again.
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Recently Completed Jobs

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Recent Forum Posts


RE: Forum partially wiped????

My credits are still showing (19). Maybe they're about to revive it and having a 'clear up'?! (Always the optimist!)

20 Apr @ 16:07

RE: my laptop screen is broken. it is a fujitsu siemens amilo notebook Li 1705.

For clarity my responses are in relation to John P. and his Amilo li2735

29 Nov @ 08:56

RE: my laptop screen is broken. it is a fujitsu siemens amilo notebook Li 1705.

Sometimes yes Jon, money can be better spent on a replacement machine but we don't know the setup or history of the machine - if it runs well for the owner and perhaps they've spent money upgrading it in the past, it may be best to replace the screen if that truly is all the issue is hence best to get in touch with a good engineer and let them help. A new screen can be sourced for £60 or less.

29 Nov @ 08:55


My Key Aims:

To provide a high quality, technobabble free service to my customers and to quench a thirst to solve computer and other technology related problems.

My Key Traits:

~ Integrity ~ Reliability ~ Dedication ~ Friendliness ~



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