TECHNOLOGY is always changing, but always keeping up-to-date is the staff at Leeton Communications.
Located in Pine Avenue, LCOM - Leeton Communications - has got you covered.
They supply and support for mobile phones and accessories, cellular repeaters, cellular and UHF antennas, UHF CB equipment, satellite safety communications equipment.
That is just the tip of the iceberg, but to walk residents through all of this is a team of friendly staff - owners Tina Shutte and John Shutte, store manager Tania Mullins and the young guns Darcy Single and Jess Geltch.
Like many businesses, Leeton Communications has had to find a way to adapt to the coronavirus pandemic.
Social and physical distancing measures are in place and, for some time at the peak of the pandemic, operating hours were reduced.
Those hours are now back to normal, meaning there's no better time to head in store to make that latest purchase, update a phone plan or ask a question of the helpful staff.
Ms Shutte said the pandemic had shown how important local businesses like Leeton Communications were to the community.
"It has shown why it is so important to be shopping locally," she said.
"For us, we certainly noticed when some businesses were closed, that we weren't getting the usual foot traffic coming in.
"It show why it is important to have these stores in our main street and why we need to support them."
The business has changed its name in recent times to LCOM - Leeton Communications, but many still refer to it as the "Telstra shop".
"We come under the Telstra banner, but we are privately owned," Ms Shutte explained.
"We are required to abide by their rules and regulations, even though we are privately owned.
"Basically we offer all the services that are online or at any other Telstra licensed store.
"We offer a range of different services apart from that as well, which is important.
"We offer services, particularly that would interest farmers, with our cellular repeaters that assist them to get better reception."
Working-from-home and learning-from-home were also big features of the pandemic, meaning internet access has never been more important.
"We got through all of that and helped people where we could ... a lot of Telstra's own staff were on lockdown, so we did see an influx of people coming in about that side of things," Ms Shutte said.
Leeton Communications is one of those businesses whose main mission is to help and it is easy to see this happening as soon as you step through the door, so make sure to try them out.