Welcome to Tontin

computer repairs, virus removal and PC MOT - based in Bexleyheath DA7

Tontin is an established computer company that started out coding programs way back in the days of windows 95, some of these programs like Medi-Bank went global and have had millions of downloads. Since then Tontin has moved on and diversified into Web Design, E-Commerce and offering a local computer repair service ( DA postcodes). We can offer a full range of computer support for either domestic or business computer needs.

Computers, like cars, need a regular service and MOT. We offer a full fifty point MOT on your computer, including health checks on all hardware, virus checks and software updates, we even clean the dust out of your machine. Click here to see our full fifty point PC MOT checks. Our new PC MOT service in Bexleyheath, DA7 is a convenient computer servce.

So why not get the very best out of your PC? Call or email us now and arrange a PC MOT for your computer. Turn around time is typically 48 hours, this makes sure we have enough time to run full malware scans.

Website Design

E-Commerce Sites and support

Full Domestic Computer repairs service

Intensive Business Computer Support

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