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I needed my wireless router set up in my house so I called Pelstar thinking it would be a week before they could get to me. I was surprised that they told me they could have a technician at my house the next day. They are by far the best. I’ll be using Pelstar in […]

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Don M.

I keep coming back because you guys have the best prices and great customer service. […]

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Scott S.

I’m lucky I was using Pelstar’s remote backup. Just three weeks after starting the program my laptop was stolen from my car. I called Pelstar and they were able to give me all of my important files and email the next day, Thanks. […]

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