WoC are good, though a little expensive sometimes. But they're ideal here
as they're just down the road.
Scan is good too... not the absolute cheapest, but they have a deal where if
you make 20 posts to the HEXUS forum you get free postage for orders over
£20. And the postage is by DPD next day which means they text you first
thing telling you the 1 hour slot it'll arrive in. That's very handy if
you're out and about a lot.
Since I helped Phil start world of computers, I seldom go anywhere else..
But cheap he ain't..for onselling. Not when you put carriage on top.
What may be worth it is to contact people like that as a roving local
area Mr install and fixit.
Just wanted to say thanks very much folks for all your contributions, some
excellent information and suggestions have been forthcoming from the members
of the group and it will not go unheeded. Cheers :-)
Computer fairs sell cheap stuff. Always with reasons why, but at the
end of the day you can resell it in systems you've put together. Ebay
is the other cheap supplier.
FWWI I dont agree that there's no markup to be made, tehre's a fair
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I think you'll find that you may well be better off selling your
services to small companies for maintenance and support. The number of
small and larger firms I go to and see staff struggling with poor IT
systems is surprising large..
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