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#272790 16-Jul-2020 10:21
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Hi, wondering if anyone knows who is the best option for out of warranty MacBook repair in Wellington area. Thanks!


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  #2524103 16-Jul-2020 12:12
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Contact Apple and let them tell you

You can also search by region on the official Apple site

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  #2524119 16-Jul-2020 12:58
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Use Service Plus on Thorndon Quay, they're the best I've used in the region. 


 
 
 
 


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  #2524126 16-Jul-2020 13:07
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Alternatively, there is also OOBE:

 

https://oobe.co.nz/

 

Ground Floor, ASB Tower, 2 Hunter Street, Wellington.


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  #2524139 16-Jul-2020 13:21
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Except Oobe were crap every time I dealt with (many times over the years since Magnum Mac days), and Service Plus are awesome every time I've dealt with them.


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  #2524162 16-Jul-2020 14:20
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gehenna:

 

Except Oobe were crap every time I dealt with (many times over the years since Magnum Mac days), and Service Plus are awesome every time I've dealt with them.

 

 

Noted; I did say "alternatively".  It's possible someone likes the alternative to good service...  :-)

 

(More seriously, haven't used either; but do need to due to my Macbook Keyboard playing up - it's an Apple Repair Program issue, but at least I know who to go and use now! Thanks!!)




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  #2524167 16-Jul-2020 14:38
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This is why I ask rather than just look on Apple's site. Thanks guys. 


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