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Turn any television into a smart TV with the Cideko Smart TV Box from Nology

By admin, 15 grudnia, 2012, No Comment

You can now turn any old or new television into an advanced smart TV with the Cideko Smart TV Box from Nology. This Android-based product enables users to access digital content via the Internet, enjoy online shopping, download movies, music and interact on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Users also have the choice to make use of a collection of pre-loaded local content, educational tools and resources developed locally, known as the Wise Experience.

The Cideko Smart TV Box is plug-and-play ready, easy to set up and simple to use. It features a wireless, full QWERTY keyboard, which incorporates a gyroscope that turns the keyboard into a user-friendly pointing device to replace a mouse, enhancing the user experience. Simply connect the device to the HDMI or RCA port on your television (RCA cables are included, but not the HDMI cable) and connect it to a router wirelessly, via an Ethernet cable, or plug a compatible 3G USB modem into the rear USB port, for instant access to the Internet.

“Smart is the future of television, and the Cideko Smart TV box delivers smart TV functionality at a fraction of the cost. Not only is it great for creating a home entertainment centre, but the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) Operating System (OS) also allows users to download apps such as DropBox, Facebook and Twitter as well as popular games like Angry Birds from the Android App Store,” says Ross Griffiths, Product Manager at Nology.

“Furthermore, the Wise Experience adds significant value. Online shopping and business tools enables users to buy air tickets, groceries and more through a variety of local partners, while classroom learning tools assist children with their schoolwork. The Smart TV Box is so powerful it can even be used as a mini-computer in the home. This means there is no need to buy additional PCs for children to do their homework on, surf the Internet and download content,” Griffiths adds.

A user-friendly homepage screen with clock and weather widgets lets users easily access the features of the Cideko Smart TV Box, including the media player for sharing and playback of content, the Wise Experience, the Internet Browser and YouTube. Content can be streamed wirelessly from notebooks, smartphones or any other Wi-Fi enabled device for the ultimate in connected home content sharing. Three USB ports and a SD card reader let users display music, videos and photographs from memory sticks, external hard drives or SD cards for instant sharing.

“The Cideko Smart TV Box turns your TV into a family entertainment hub, bringing the smart TV experience within reach of a wider audience, connecting more people and helping to bridge South Africa’s digital divide,” Griffiths concludes.

The Cideko Smart TV Box is available now from Pick n Pay Hyper stores for a recommended retail price of R1499.00 including VAT.

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Visceral Games brings voice control to Dead Space 3

By admin, 14 grudnia, 2012, No Comment

Find partner! Fire stasis! Attack enemy! Visceral Games, an Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA) studio, today announced that the first big blockbuster launch of 2013, Dead Space™ 3, will be available exclusively on Kinect™ for the Xbox 360? video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. The all-new Kinect functionality further immerses players into the Dead Space universe by allowing players to use simple voice commands to help a friend from the onslaught of horrors and thrills that awaits them in this spine-tingling new adventure. Dead Space 3 featuring Kinect will make it easier for co-op partners to give each other health or ammo, find objectives, revive one another and more when the game launches in South Africa on February 8th, 2013.

“The voice commands in Dead Space 3 give players a unique way to take down the terror, whether they choose to face the Necromorphs alone in single-player, or alongside a friend with drop-in / drop-out co-op,” said Steve Papoutsis, Executive Producer on Dead Space 3 and VP, General Manager of Visceral Games. “Dead Space 3 delivers the action-horror experience our fans have come to know and love. And with the ability to survive the adventure alone,with a friend, or with Kinect, we’re excited about extending the spine-tingling Dead Space experience to a whole new audience of players.”

Winner of more than 15 critic awards at E3 2012 including Best of Show from Game Informer Magazine, Dead Space 3 cuts to the heart of deep space terror. The game is recognized by game critics worldwide for its incrediblecraftsmanship in horror, action, suspense and sound design. Players will embark on a thrilling ride through space that takes them to a hostile new planet, Tau Volantis. Fortunately, they are not alone this time around. The fully integrated drop-in/drop-out co-op feature gives players the option to play alone or team-up with a friend anytime. Players that choose to take down the terror together will experience additional story details, side missions andgameplay mechanics only found when playing as John Carver.

Dead Space 3 will be available on February 8, 2013 in South Africa for thePlayStation?3 computer entertainment system, Xbox 360 and the PC. The game has been rated 18VL by the Film and Publication Board (FBP) in South Africa.

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The Toppling of Telkom’s Dominance the Biggest Change to IT Landscape in 2012

By admin, 14 grudnia, 2012, No Comment

The final toppling of Telkom’s strangle hold as the dominant last mile provider in South Africa was the biggest change to the IT landscape in 2012, says co-founder of three6five, Jeff Fletcher. “While the change has been a long time coming, the combined efforts of mobile network operators (MNO’s) and the fibre optic network providers have demonstrated that it is now not just possible, but actually convenient to buy connectivity services that do not transverse the Telkom network.”

The Fall of a Monopoly
For a long time it has been the wish of many South African business customers to be able to make use of alternate telecoms service providers. “This is as a result of bad service experiences, concerns of over-pricing or a general dislike of monopolistic behaviour,” says Fletcher. “This year we saw the widespread availability of fibre and WiMAX alternatives and the launch of Long Term Evolution (LTE) late in the year with the result that Telkom is now an option and not the standard.”

It creates a very different market dynamic where many more companies can compete as resellers and aggregators as they are able to bundle more options from the telecoms operators for customers. More competition also means a massive drop in price. The absence of established pricing regimes, apart from those of Telkom, has however caused uncertainty among service providers as to what to charge. This is especially relevant to the fibre market, which has a range of different pricing models in the market at the moment.

“While the fall of the Telkom monopoly has been the catalyst for the biggest change in the industry this year, it could also be the biggest potential problem,” warns Fletcher. “A collapse in service levels will have far reaching consequences for everyone in the ICT value chain, with the infrastructure investment that the MNOs, ISPs, corporates, SMMEs and even consumers have invested in Telkom’s network . While Telkom needs to lose its monopoly, it must not fail entirely.”

‘Cloud’ was the big buzz word for 2012 which has been a springboard for virtualisation, web applications and infrastructure, software and platform as a service. “During the year we saw a decline in the purchasing of dedicated server infrastructure and a shift away from infrastructure residing in make-shift data centres on the premises of enterprise customers. Microsoft’s launch of Office365 further empowers enterprise customers to weigh up their options between an upgrade of their existing server infrastructure or a move into the cloud,” says Fletcher.

Bring Your Own Device
The growing Bring your own device (BYOD) trend is acting as a catalyst that is bringing about a rethink of enterprise infrastructure security. “During 2012 the IT industry shifted from fighting this change to figuring out how to deal with it,” explains Fletcher.

BYOD was the acronym for the year. While the concept is old, the acronym became more popular and was driven by requirements from users to make email, calendars, documents and custom applications appear on tablet and mobile devices. Corporate networks and software systems are not as fully equipped to manage the influx of these devices as they were with the desktop PC and Microsoft Windows and Office ecosystem. Many vendors are proposing solutions, but there has been no clear dominant strategy to fix this problem.

Another positive industry move within the IT industry this year includes African ISP’s investing heavily in the infrastructure needed to cater for the projected growth in internet capacity in the future, specifically from video delivery.

Tariff Plans
“On the negative side, business and consumer tariff plans for internet access, network services and voice remain needlessly confusing. Bundling hardware and services into one pricing plan creates disparity and makes pricing comparisons difficult. In the business market, the service provider websites further add to the confusion by making it difficult to get a clear indication of what something costs, preferring to use a direct sales or proposal approach. This is indicative of a market that is not fully commoditised and has some maturing to do,” says Fletcher.

“Long haul capacity remains expensive and difficult to gauge for an enterprise customer looking for direct connectivity. Virtual Private Network (VPN) services are relatively easy to price, but getting a dedicated layer 2 service between Johannesburg and Cape Town is still expensive and more difficult to obtain than it should be,” Fletcher concludes.

The 7 Wonders of Crysis 3

By admin, 14 grudnia, 2012, No Comment

Following the announcement last week of the partnership between EA, Crytek, and filmmaker Albert Hughes, we are happy to reveal the first episode of the 7 Wonders of Crysis 3 series entitled “Hell of a Town.” Watch as Prophet returns to an imprisoned New York City, trapped within the confines of the CELL Corporation’s Nanodome, in this all new video directed by Mr. Hughes. The Liberty Dome has transformed much of New York City into an urban rainforest, teaming with overgrown trees, dense swamplands, and raging rivers. The dangers of this new environment will demand advanced weapons & tactics – but the Nanosuit is more than up to the challenge of hunting down Prophet’s enemies in Crysis 3….

The 7 Wonders of Crysis 3 series will introduce the incredible environments found within the Liberty Dome while also showcasing all new weapons and enemies, and the franchise’s trademark sandbox shooter gameplay. Releasing 22nd February 2013 in South Africa, Crysis 3 is slated to be one of the first blockbuster games of 2013 and the pinnacle of the series thus far.

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Kaspersky Lab now detects 200,000 new malicious programmes every day

By admin, 14 grudnia, 2012, No Comment

Kaspersky Lab has released its annual Kaspersky Security Bulletin, which provides the overall malware and cyber-threat statistics for 2012. The data analysed in the report was obtained using the Kaspersky Security Network (KSN), the cloud-based infrastructure used by Kaspersky Lab products to report telemetry and to deliver instant protection in the forms of blacklists and heuristic rules, which are designed to catch the newest threats. The 2012 report revealed significant growth of Mac-specific malware and an explosive growth in the number of threats targeting the Android platform. Overall, Kaspersky Lab’s products detected and blocked more than 1.5 billion web-based attacks in 2012 and more than 3 billion infected files.

At the present time Kaspersky Lab detects and blocks more than 200,000 new malicious programmes every day, a significant increase from the first half of 2012, when 125,000 malicious programmes were detected and blocked each day on average.

Quick Facts:

  • In 2012 Kaspersky Lab’s products blocked more than 1.5 billion web-based attacks throughout the year, which is 1.7 times greater than the total amount of web-based attacks in 2011.
  • Kaspersky Lab successfully blocked more than 3 billion local infections on users’ computers in 2012. In total, 2.7 million unique modifications of malware and potentially unwanted programmes attempting to launch on users’ computers were detected during these incidents.
  • In 2012, 99% of all mobile malware detected by Kaspersky Lab was designed for the Android platform. Kaspersky Lab identified more than 35,000 malicious Android programmes for the year, which is about six times more than in 2011.
  • Mac OS X malware continues to increase as Kaspersky Lab’s antivirus experts created 30% more signatures to detect various Mac Trojans this year compared to 2011.
  • Oracle Java was the most popular vulnerable application targeted by cybercriminals in 2012. The application accounted for 50% of all detected exploit-based attacks targeting vulnerabilities. Adobe Reader ranked second and accounted for 28% of all incidents.
  • Top 5 malware hosting countries: United States, Russia, The Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom
  • Top 5 countries with the highest frequency of web attacks: Russia, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kazakhstan
  • Top 5 countries where infected files are most frequently discovered: Bangladesh, Sudan, Malawi, Tanzania, Rwanda
  • Top 5 countries with lowest infection rates: Denmark, Japan, Finland, Sweden, Czech Republic

2012 Threats Overview:
Critical news in the beginning of 2012 was the discovery of Flashback, a 700,000 strong botnet comprised of infected Apple computers running Mac OS X. The significant outbreak was caused by a new variant of the Flashfake malware and the security incident put an end to the perception of the Mac OS X platform as being invulnerable to exploitation. In addition to mass-malware, Mac OS X computers also became frequent victims of targeted attacks. The main reason for this is that Apple products are popular with many influential politicians and prominent businessmen, and the information stored in the devices owned by these people is of interest to a certain category of cybercriminals. In total, Kaspersky Lab’s antivirus experts created 30% more signatures to detect various Mac Trojans in 2012 compared to 2011.

Another key trend of 2012 is the continued rapid growth of Android malware. The Android platform has firmly established itself as the main point of interest for cybercriminals. Although malicious programmes for other mobile platforms, such as Symbian, Blackberry or J2ME, are still being developed, 99% of newly discovered malicious programmes targeted the Android platform. Despite attempts by Google to introduce its own anti-malware technology, malicious applications continue to appear in the official Google Play store. In 2012 the first incident with an ambiguous app collecting the address book data and sending spam was recorded at Apple App Store as well. Just like traditional PCs, mobile devices are now targeted with high-profile cybercriminal operations, including targeted attacks and creating “mobile” botnets.

In 2012 Kaspersky Lab’s products blocked an average of more than 4 million browser-based attacks every day, with the total number web-based attacks surpassing 1.5 billion for the year. The most frequently used technique for attacking users online is exploiting vulnerabilities in programmes or applications. Throughout the year Kaspersky Lab’s experts registered both large-scale and targeted attacks utilising vulnerable software, with Oracle Java being the most frequently targeted (50% of attacks). Adobe Reader ranked second (28%) and Adobe Flash player occupies the fourth place with only 2% share, thanks to efficient automatic updating system that promptly closes security holes. In addition, some of the exploits actively used targeted older vulnerabilities that still existed in various Windows operating systems. One of the explanations for this is that older versions of Windows are still actively used. For example, share of computers with Windows XP in 2012 was 44%, compared to 63% in 2011 – not a significant drop given Windows 7 has been available for three years and Windows 8 was recently released this year.

More than 3 billion malware incidents were detected and blocked by Kaspersky Lab’s software on users’ local hard drives and external storage. In total, 2.7 million unique modifications of malware and potentially unwanted programmes attempting to launch on users’ computers were detected during these incidents. The majority of local infections were blocked by Kaspersky Lab’s behaviour-based heuristic technology. It is notable that different versions of years-old Kido (Conficker) and Sality are still present in the list of the most frequently blocked malware. Overall, the number of new malicious applications has increased rapidly: in the first half of 2012 Kaspersky Lab recorded an average number of 125,000 new malware every day. Toward the end of the year this figure has grown to 200,000.

Servers located in the United States were the most frequently used to host and deliver malicious objects (25.5% of all incidents). Russia occupies the second place with 19.6% followed by the Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom. This is a significant change compared to years past: in 2010 the majority of malware was hosted in China. Changes in domain registration policies and other regulations taken by Chinese authorities resulted in the rapid decline of malicious hosts originating from the country. On the contrary, the United States, Russia and other European countries have seen a major increase in the number of malicious hosting sites as cybercriminals compromise legitimate online resources in large quantities in addition to registering purely malicious websites.

Based on the number of blocked web attacks and local malicious files, Kaspersky Lab’s experts calculated the “risk level” for different countries, defined as the share of attacked users. Russia and former USSR republics occupy the top places in the web attacks chart, but 31 countries (including UK, Australia and Canada) in total have also joined them in the “high risk” group. In these countries at least 41% of users were attacked online in 2012. Bangladesh, Sudan, Malavi, Tanzania and Rwanda form the top five countries where users are most frequently attacked with local malware infections. 7 countries in total were categorised as “maximum risk”, where 75% or more users were at least once attacked with a malicious file. Another 41% countries joined the “high risk” group (56-75% of attacked users), including Indonesia, Ethiopia and Kenya. In contrast, Denmark was deemed as the safest country, as the country had the lowest rate of infected computers (15%). Japan, Finland, Sweden and Czech Republic were the other countries listed with the lowest infection rates.

Costin Raiu, Director of Global Research & Analysis Team at Kaspersky Lab
“What 2012 has shown is the strong inclination of cybercriminals to steal data from all devices used by consumers and businesses, be it a PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet. This is one of the most important trends of 2012. We are also observing a strong increase in the overall number of threats, affecting all popular software environments.”

Unleash your inner speed demon in Need for Speed Most Wanted with the Ultimate Speed Pack

By admin, 14 grudnia, 2012, No Comment

Make trouble for the cops at over 240 mph and leave friends and rivals eating your dust. Hit the streets of Fairhaven City driving the fastest cars and competing in the most exciting events startingDecember 18 with the Need for Speed™ Most Wanted Ultimate Speed Pack, the game’s first downloadable content (DLC).

This pack marks the start of Criterion’s ongoing, post-launch commitment to fueling social competition and rivalries. The Need for Speed Most Wanted Ultimate Speed Pack gives you all you need to take back the streets from your friends. With access to five of the fastest cars ever built, you’ll set faster times, blast through speed cameras at heart-pounding speeds and jumpfurther through billboards, leaving your mark in your friend’s world. Included in the DLC is the Pagani Zonda R, McLaren F1LM, Lamborghini Aventador J andBugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse. Test your driving skills in 25 new events spread throughout the city that have been built to push these cars to the limit. Then battle to takedown an all-new Most Wanted rival, the undisputedchampion of raw speed: the Hennessey Venom GT Spyder. Take your advantage into multiplayer and embrace the speed by achieving more than 70 all-new speed-themed milestones to earn Speed Points and unlock the rewards necessary to give you the edge to dominate your rivals.

Want to make sure you’re still on top of your Most Wanted list? Now you can stay connected to your game wherever you go with the Need for Speed Autolog App that will allow you to keep tabs on your friend stats, awards and game progress, comparing you to your friend’s to ensure you stay one step ahead of the competition.

Autolog Recommends will let you know once a friend has taken down your high score in an event. Mark the recommendation on your app and load it up once you’re in the game. And if your current profile picture doesn’t scream “you’ve been owned”? Change it using the app.

The Need for Speed Most Wanted Ultimate Speed Pack will be available on Xbox LIVE® Marketplace for 800 MS Points, the PlayStation®Network for $9.99 in North America and Origin starting on December 18. The Need for Speed Autolog App is available now for free on the iTunes store.

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Absa extends its trading hours

By admin, 14 grudnia, 2012, No Comment

Absa Group today announced that its branches located within shopping malls will be offering extended trading hours and opening their doors for Saturday and Sunday banking already from 8 December 2012 until 6 January 2013.

Absa Head of Retail Markets Arrie Rautenbach says Saturday and Sunday trading during the festive season is all about offering greater convenience to customers.

“Absa has a deliberate strategy and commitment to making the lives of all our customers much easier. This is why we are extending our trading hours and opening our doors for Saturday and Sunday banking,” Rautenbach says.

“This is just but one of the things that we are doing to meet the banking needs of all our customers. This year, we’ve taken the decision to eliminate inter-account transfer and internal debit order fees to other Absa Accounts with effect from 1 January 2013. We enter the festive season having introduced Potentiate, a first-of-its-kind financial solution for qualified individuals that includes an Apple iPad with a free data bundle offer and has one of the world’s most technologically advanced cards,” he continues.

Most recently the bank announced a partnership with a local innovations company to enable businesses and entrepreneurs on-the-go across South Africa to accept debit or credit card payments using their smartphones or tablets through a world first, plug-in device called ‘The Payment Pebble.’

“This is all in line with Absa’s drive to ensure that we continue to be accessible and to offer convenience in our quest to become the “Go-To” Bank for our valued customers in all our markets. We realise that the demand for access to financial services and products on non-traditional banking days during the festive break increases,” adds Rautenbach.

Customers will be welcomed between 8:00 am and 2pm on Saturdays and 9am and 12pm on Sundays. Selected outlets will maintain their existing operating hours during weekdays (Mondays to Fridays).

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to Launch BlackBerry 10 Pilot Program

By admin, 14 grudnia, 2012, No Comment

Research In Motion (RIM) announced today that it will begin a pilot program with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for the new BlackBerry® Enterprise Service 10 mobile enterprise management solution and BlackBerry® 10 smartphones in early 2013. ICE will be among the first government organizations to pilot the new BlackBerry 10 solution.

“ICE has been a valued BlackBerry customer for years, and our commitment to government agencies has influenced the development of the BlackBerry 10 platform.” said Scott Totzke, Senior Vice President, BlackBerry Security, Research In Motion. “Along with providing workers with secure access to behind-the-firewall confidential information, BlackBerry 10 can help organizations fully leverage the potential of mobile technology to offer new services, improve service delivery and increase organizational productivity. We look forward to sharing more features of the BlackBerry 10 platform at our global launch event on January 30.”

RIM recently announced that the BlackBerry 10 platform has received FIPS 140-2 certification ahead of launch. The certification enables government agencies to deploy BlackBerry 10 smartphones and BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 from the day of launch. RIM first introduced mobile device management solutions more than a decade ago and continues to be a global leader in providing mobility solutions to government agencies.


Airtel Completes 4G LTE Trial in Nigeria

By admin, 14 grudnia, 2012, No Comment

… Sets to Lead New Phase of Telecoms Revolution

Leading Telecommunications Services Provider, Airtel Nigeria ( has taken a giant stride in its quest to pioneer innovation and lead a new phase of telecoms revolution in the country as it announces the successful completion of the Long Term Evolution (LTE) trial in Lagos, the commercial nerve centre of Nigeria.


LTE, widely accepted as the true 4G, is a standard for wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile phones and data terminals. It is based on advanced network technologies with a central focus of increasing the capacity and speed using a different radio interface together with enhanced core network.

With the successful completion of the first 4G LTE trial in Lagos, Airtel says it is ready for test in the other major cities across the country including Abuja and Port Harcourt.

The company added that the Lagos trial threw up exciting results as data users could open up simultaneous HD Videos on Youtube without buffering. Download speed, under ideal conditions was 37 Megabits per Second (Mbps), while under non ideal conditions, was 32 Mbps; Upload speed was – 10.6 Mbps. Measurement under non ideal condition was done using

Speaking on the success of the trial, the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Airtel Nigeria, Rajan Swaroop said Airtel is committed to strengthening its position as a true pioneer of innovation in the Nigerian telecommunications domain, saying this is in line with its overall corporate vision of becoming the most loved brand in the daily lives of Nigerians.

“At Airtel, we pride ourselves as leaders and we are passionate about continuously creating the next innovation to empower telecoms consumers and enrich the lives of our customers across the country. In the coming weeks, we shall take this success story to other parts of the country so that Nigerians will benefit from this innovation when finally unveiled,” said Swaroop.

LTE is a truly global mobile phone standard for advanced mobile broadband. There is use of different frequency bands in different countries, which will mean that only multi-band phones will be able to use LTE in all countries where it is supported.

In February this year, Airtel Nigeria took a significant step to deepen its network capacity and quality when it announced the roll-out of widest 3.75G services across the 36 States in Nigeria and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. With the pan-Nigeria launch of 3.75G services, the widest and largest in the country, the company has improved customers’ experience with high speed mobile broadband and internet access, empowering telecoms consumers to watch live TV, download music, make video calls as well as send and receive emails using enabled devices.

LG opens two more lifestyle brand stores in Mauritius

By admin, 14 grudnia, 2012, No Comment

LG Lifestyle Brand stores dedicated to customer care

Leading consumer electronics company, LG Electronics, continues to expand its reach into Africa and its commitment to optimising customer care, with the opening of two additional lifestyle brand stores in Mauritius.

The Brand stores will be opened in Grand Baie and Flacq Shopping Centre on the island. The new Mauritian stores form part of LG’s move to capture the growing organised retail market across Africa.

LG is setting up a chain of exclusive premium brand stores across the continent and in October last year the company opened its first lifestyle brand store in Cape Town, South Africa.

“We are very happy to be strengthening our business in Mauritius”, said Mr JM Lee, CEO of LG Electronics South Africa. “The growing and stable economy is attractive to foreign investment. Through our lifestyle brand stores, we are again showing that LG is committed to its customers and strives to provide them with innovative, high quality, and affordable consumer electronics, coupled with outstanding after sales service available.”

“We have already opened our Botswana store and plan to open a several LG brand stores in the near future,” said Lee.

LG values its loyal customers and through these stores will ensure they receive the best shopping experience when choosing an LG product.

Trained LG experts are also always on hand to assist customers with any LG related products and services query they might have, showing them the benefits of LG’s technology and emphasising the fact that life is good with an LG product by your side.

The new stores also feature a service centre element, where consumers with faulty units can quickly and easily have their products booked in for repairs if the issue cannot be addressed immediately in-store. Customers will be redirected to accredited service centres based on the type of product they wish to have repaired.

“The opening of these new brand stores is simply another way in which LG is investing in service delivery and making consumers’ lives easier and hassle-free, maintaining world-class service standards along with its world-class product offerings,” concludes Lee.

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