LG announces its ‘Together We Can Make Life Better’ campaign, offers deals and assured gifts of up to Rs 35000

LG Electronics has announced a new campaign “Together We Can Make Life Better“. The company is offering exclusive deals and assured gifts of up to Rs 35,000 for consumers. Under this campaign, consumers can prebook and purchase their LG products sitting at home. The offer is valid till July 31 2021.
Consumers can visit the dedicated LG website (https://www.lg.com/in/buy-from-home) and register themselves along with the product they wish to buy. LG is also providing online demo for products and cashless payment across various online portals. Once the order has been placed, the product will be delivered at the customer’s doorstep followed by a contactless installation.
Offers and deals under the ‘Together We Can Make Life Better’ program, apply to all LG consumer electronics products. Additionally, consumers looking to upgrade can exchange their old TVs and get Rs 10,000.
“As a consumer centric brand,LG has always kept consumer wellbeing as top priority. Owing to the lockdown, we have witnessed increase in consumers demand to upgrade and equip their homes with the latest technology. Addressing this demand, our latest pre-booking offers will enable consumers to purchase their favourite LG product from the safety and comfort of their homes. We are confident that the latest offers for our diverse range of products, will enable consumers to upgrade and enrich their lives,” said Young Lak Kim, MD, LG Electronics India.


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