Computer Flu - Fixed Rates
These are my Rates
Most of my work is charged by the hour. I will charge you £30 for the 1st hour. After the 1st hour, I will then charge to the nearest 10 minutes. So if a job took me 1 hour and 30 minutes to fix, then I would charge you £30 for the 1st hour, then £15 for the half an hour.
I try to work as fast as your computer / laptop / tablet will let me.
for the 1st hour.
No call out charge.
after the 1st hour.
Rounded to the nearest 20 minutes.
1 hr 20 mins = £30+£10
1 hr 40 mins = £30+£20
2 hrs = £30+£30
This list below shows typically what it's likely to cost for certain jobs. Most customers have a list of things that they want fixed, so I charge my hourly rate above. If you wanted your wireless broadband setup and a new laptop setup, then I would not charge £35 (Wireless broadband setup) and £45 (Laptop setup) =£80, just my hourly rate above. Which typically takes just an hour and a half (£45)
|Example Computer Problems||Cost|
|Simple Virus removal||£30|
|Virus & Malware removal||£60|
|Broadband Internet problems||£30|
|Computer Health Check||£30|
|Wireless broadband setup.|
This includes making it secure with encryption
|New Laptop/PC Setup||£45|
|Fit new hardware|
This is to backup data from a working computer
This is to backup data from a non-working computer
In the BT Update (Dated July 2007) their home IT support service charges £75 for the 1st hour, then £30 for each subsequent half an hour. So you can see that I offer great value.
In a leaflet from PC World (April 2009) for them to setup your wireless internet in your home £89.99. Subsequent PCs/Laptops/Printers are £19.99 each
I expect to be paid after I have completed the work. If you are not happy with my work, I don't expect to be paid.
Cheques should be made payable to 'by default'
I don't charge a call-out charge or VAT.
Typical timescales to Fix PC Problems...