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Choice Tel Communications is For Sale

Bayside Central  Computer Repair Business is now up for SALE !


Located in the heart of Wynnum central,  the upcoming bustling Bayside suburb. We are the most recognisable Computer business in the area as we have been operating from the same location for the past 16 years. The store has a great reputation and a very loyal customer base. Close to the Gateway motorway and a quick 18 mins to Brisbane city.



The store has low overheads and great retention of return business due to its good reputation and excellent position with great foot traffic. It is located in the main hub of Wynnum Central, close to the post office, 5 banks, 6 coffee shops . The area is thriving due to the influx of new apartment buildings which have recently been built, all within 2-3 minutes walking distance. Recent approval of the newest high rise development including 7 cinemas and 67 units makes right now an ideal time to establish your mark in the area.

This is a simple walk in open the doors, provide excellent customer service and clients keep coming.





The store would ideally suit an owner/operator, with a casual to assist. The workshop is fully setup for computer and laptop repairs. The shop has security bars, alarm System, video surveillance, phone system, 2 booking stations and sales / reception area. The workshop has enough room to accommodate 10 PC / Laptops to be repaired at the same time, on benches. There is also an additional 5 tech work area’s for Laptop repairs or research.

There is plenty of opportunity for expansion. Due to walk by traffic and word of mouth, we currently do not advertise our services. We currently offer repairs only however demand would indicate a retail stock and additional services such as mobile phone and tablet repairs could work well. Social media pages  and website have been set up.

I am selling the business as I need to concentrate on other investments.


There is plenty of opportunity for expansion


Currently we only offer repairs only – no retail stock (modems, keyboards etc)
Provide mobile phone and tablet repairs (would get 3-5 enquiries a week)
Use Social Media (currently in place but not used)
Advertising : Do some marketing (None at present . Currently work on walk-by, word of mouth and referral business only)

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