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PITTSBURGH, PA, MAY 1st, 2009 — Tubu Internet Solutions ( is offering online tutoring services for those who are less-than-literate when it comes to using computer software and/or certain internet services. For the average person who may not be tech-savvy, Tubu will provide services that explain everything from using Microsoft Office to Twitter. The program is called Tubu 1:1.

Packages start at $25 and customers learn in their own time, at their own pace – wherever or whenever they want. The learning environment is conducive to being independent while knowing that help is just a click, an email, or a phone call away. The self-paced programs prove to be beneficial to those who may feel overwhelmed or intimidated by certain aspects of the computer world.

“We’re offering training in areas like Microsoft Office Packages, All Microsoft Windows Versions, WordPress, Twitter, etc. all at a low rate of $25 per hour,” says CEO Andy Quayle who prides himself on the quality services and personal attention that Tubu Internet Solutions provides to its customers, including their newest Tubu 1:1 online tutoring service.

For additional information, please contact Tubu CEO Andy Quayle (, or visit

Tubu is a complete web hosting and domain service registrar provider.

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Author: Andy Quayle

Andy was born in the Isle of Man and currently lives in Pittsburgh.
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