We are a locally owned computer repair store in Rapid City, SD.

TelNetPc strives to be the leading provider of computer repair for businesses or consumers within the Rapid City area.  We provide valuable computer based services, which combine exceptional quality, fair cost, and outstanding customer service. If you’re looking for an affordable resource for computer maintenance, repair, and internet security, you’ve come to the right place.

Needed a replacement pc monitor for my arcade cabinet and they had the right size in stock for $20. Very friendly and helpful staff, will use again in the future.
Tim Kennedy
Will be using them again. They did great work.
Jeanie Kirkpatrick
I think these people know what they are doing. I'm extremely satisfied with their work.i would recommend them to anyone. As far as price for what they did for me I think my cost was reasonable. Again I have been to others and this is the BEST
Tom Rabenhorst
The telnet team are the best! Very helpful and knowledgeable in getting your computer needs taken care of. They are my go to place for help with computer needs.
Kathy Sazama
Personal attention for all my computer needs, even a home visit to install hardware. Doesn’t seem to be any computer questions they can’t answer. I’m very satisfied with their support!
I had an issue with my email on my new iPhone. Another local computer repair shop was unable to help. When I took it to TelNet, Matt knew exactly what was wrong and resolved my issue in 10 minutes. As an older, technology-impaired person, I appreciated the courteous, friendly service. I trust these guys and they didn’t make me feel stupid.
Joy Rehfeld
Professional staff that strive to meet your needs. Have worked with TelNetPC personally and through my place of business and have had good results either way. Recently had a situation over the July 4th holiday at work and they got us functioning again in a timely manner.
Kendra Hanks

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