Flipkart Big Billion Days 2018: Get 10% to 30% off on Kodak HD LED TVs

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The Kodak brand licensee Super Plastronics (SPPL) has announced a discount in the range of from 10% to 30% on its smart TV and other products for the upcoming . Flipkart Big Billion Day sale commences from October 10 and will continue till October 14. In addition to discounts, the company has packaged deals such as no cost EMI’s (and exchange offers to start from 8000 going up to 22000).

Avneet Singh Marwah, Director and CEO of Super Plastronics, Kodak HD LED TV India said, “This festive season we are hoping to see an increase in our sales by 20%. In the past two years, there have been some major reforms which disrupted the television market. The recent revision on customs duty on TV panel has stabilized the industry. Basis the feedback from our customers, we are offering some good deals on the biggest annual Flipkart sale.”

Kodak is coming-up with affordable 32 smart TVs with new features and with the launch of the Kodak new UI which offers applications with top trending videos. The brand has recently expanded their offline presence by partnering with offline retail chains Metro cash & carry, Aditya Birla more and Croma.

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