If you have an LG TV in your home you can now watch hours of extra content for free. That’s all thanks to the Korean technology firm launching a new deal that’s offering customers the chance to grab three months of Apple TV+ without handing over their credit card details.
The blockbuster offer is available to anyone with an LG smart TV that was released between 2018 and 2022.
Customers with one of these goggleboxes simply need to launch the Apple TV+ app on the display and then follow the on-screen guide to redeem the free access.
For those not aware, Apple TV+ is a little bit like Netflix with it offering exclusive access to a swathe of shows and movies.
This service launched back in 2019 and has since gone on to produce some award-winning content including football comedy Ted Lasso and feature-length drama CODA which grabbed the Best Picture gong at this year’s Oscars.
Other top-rated content includes holiday musical comedy Spirited, plus hit series such as Bad Sisters and Slow Horses. To date, Apple Original films, documentaries, and series have been honoured with 280 wins and over 1,200 awards nominations.
Apple TV+ usually costs £6.99 per month so there’s a total saving of over £20 to be made thanks to the LG offer.
Along with this freebie, we can expect plenty more big announcements from LG in the coming weeks.
The yearly CES technology showcase will kick off in Las Vegas on January 4 2023 and we can expect some major updates to be revealed at this glamorous event.
In previous years, LG has released some eye-catching screens including televisions that roll up and disappear inside a box along with furniture that features the ultimate way to binge on boxsets. Along with attention-grabbing tellies, CES is also where manufacturers reveal their upgrades for the year ahead with better sound, brighter panels and more smart features all likely to be top of the agenda.
We’ll have to wait and see what the Korean tech giant has in store for CES 2023 but with the event just a few weeks away all will be revealed soon.
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