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You want to know how much someone will charge you to work on your NAS?

 

So many variables, I would call an IT service company and run it by them.


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12 minutes ago, Dedayog said:

You want to know how much someone will charge you to work on your NAS?

 

So many variables, I would call an IT service company and run it by them.

Would you be specific kindly? How much actually they will charge? Or an IT service company..

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3 minutes ago, LTT makes people Educate said:

Would you be specific kindly? How much actually they will charge? Or an IT service company..

How would I know how much they charge, I would have to go to their site or call them, just as easily as you can.  

 

Google "IT service" in your area or where you would be comfortable sending your item.  Cal them and ask if they work on your item/issue, and if they don't... can they recommend someone.  If not, call the next place.

 

It's how us old school people took care of our issues, not sure if you young'uns do it the same :)

 

 


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Actually I'm a 90's kid but the problem is I don't live in USA.. I need it for my one assignment of survey.. I googled before asking here but I couldn't get any help..

Can you ask or mention someone here who knows about it. I'll be greatful to you..

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24 minutes ago, Dedayog said:

How would I know how much they charge, I would have to go to their site or call them, just as easily as you can.  

 

Google "IT service" in your area or where you would be comfortable sending your item.  Cal them and ask if they work on your item/issue, and if they don't... can they recommend someone.  If not, call the next place.

 

It's how us old school people took care of our issues, not sure if you young'uns do it the same :)

 

 

Actually I'm a 90's kid but the problem is I don't live in USA.. I need it for my one assignment of survey.. I googled before asking here but I couldn't get any help..

Can you ask or mention someone here who knows about it. I'll be greatful to you..

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Just now, LTT makes people Educate said:

I don't know this will help me or not when I live outside of USA but thank you anyway!

So you really want someone from the USA to do the legwork and contact an IT company to ask them how much they charge?

Here, this is Microcenter's website for repairs and installs...

 

https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/repair-pricing.aspx


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2 minutes ago, Dedayog said:

So you really want someone from the USA to do the legwork and contact an IT company to ask them how much they charge?

Here, this is Microcenter's website for repairs and installs...

 

https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/repair-pricing.aspx

This will surely help me! Thank you! Can you provide me some similar informations if you won't mind! Thank you again for your kind help!

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44 minutes ago, LTT makes people Educate said:

This will surely help me! Thank you! Can you provide me some similar informations if you won't mind! Thank you again for your kind help!

Similar informations?  As in other stores and their pricing?
 

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/services/computer-tablet-services/pcmcat138100050019.c?id=pcmcat138100050019

 

There are other stores in the US I am sure you know the name of.  Add "repair" to your google search with their name. :)

 

 


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It's unlikely you'll have any meaningful idea without actually contacting the companies... Service is tailored and quoted to your requirements, nothing like purchasing a product...


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1 hour ago, Kilrah said:

It's unlikely you'll have any meaningful idea without actually contacting the companies... Service is tailored and quoted to your requirements, nothing like purchasing a product...

If I just ask for basic services or adding new storage or some basic software works?

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We have no idea what you want, you do...


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7 hours ago, Dedayog said:

Similar informations?  As in other stores and their pricing?
 

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/services/computer-tablet-services/pcmcat138100050019.c?id=pcmcat138100050019

 

There are other stores in the US I am sure you know the name of.  Add "repair" to your google search with their name. :)

 

 

You should, uh... stop doing his homework for him xD

4 hours ago, LTT makes people Educate said:

I just would like to know the basic service charge

Basic service charge for what, precisely?

 

The US is massive - even in the same state, you're going to have variations on service fees depending on where you are.

 

It could be anywhere from $15/hr to over $200/hr, depending on the type of work, type of business, skill of the person, reputation of the company, etc.

 

A on-site service technician is going to cost less than an on-site service engineer. Both are going to cost more (a lot more) than a service tech from Best Buy or Micro Center.


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3 hours ago, dalekphalm said:

You should, uh... stop doing his homework for him xD

Thank you for your kind help

 

3 hours ago, dalekphalm said:

It could be anywhere from $15/hr to over $200/hr, depending on the type of work, type of business, skill of the person, reputation of the company, etc.

 

A on-site service technician is going to cost less than an on-site service engineer. Both are going to cost more (a lot more) than a service tech from Best Buy or Micro Center.

I understand. This will be helpful. Thank you again

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