New Delhi: Chinese smartphone maker LeEco on Monday announced the opening of 555 service centres in over 300 towns in India to offer an extensive after-sales network to customers.
“We are very excited about our launch in India and look forward to a long-term association with consumers in this market. We are confident to disrupt the market with our innovative products at sustainable prices,” Atul Jain, LeEco India CEO, said in a statement.
The 555 service centres will work 24×7 and will provide assistance in 10 languages — English, Hindi, Bangla, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu.
Also, under the warranty policies of the company for Le Max “superphone”, if the device stops working due to a manufacturing defect within the warranty period, users can get a brand new Le Max — saving the headache of waiting for weeks to get the old phone fixed.
Further, in order to ensure world class after sale service, the brand offers free pick-up and drop for Le Max.
LeEco, formerly Letv, last Wednesday launched its two “superphones” — Le Max and Le 1S — for the Indian market.
First Published | 25 January 2016 6:01 PM