Fujitsu General runs cricket-themed promotion

Fujitsu General’s summer promotion of their new multi and ducted air conditioning systems will run from October 1 to November 30.

The ‘Whole home comfort just got smarter’ promotion will be based around a cricket commentary-inspired theme, featuring brand ambassador Mark Taylor, and Lisa Sthalekar, an Australian cricket commentator and former captain of Australia’s international women’s cricket team.

Sthalekar serves on the board of the Australian Cricketers’ Association and recently became the ninth woman inducted in to the Australian ICC Cricket Hall of Fame.

The promotional offer includes rewarding customers with a digital prepaid Mastercard on multi and ducted systems up to the value of $500. All eligible purchases must be claimed online via redemption by January 15, 2021. Click here for more information on the promotion.

Fujitsu General is also offering consumers the option to control their ducted air conditioning system remotely using the anywAiR technology ducted controller.

Designed and developed in Australia, the anywAiR technology ducted controller lets users manage indoor comfort via a wall-mounted touch pad, and the anywAiR app. The air conditioner can also be controlled remotely anywhere, anytime with selected smartphones and tablets. 

“As Australians continue to work from home now is the time to prepare for summer to ensure they can remain comfortable indoors throughout the hotter months,” says Director, Sales of Marketing and Product, Fujitsu General, Dave Smith.

“Whether consumers are buying their first ducted or multi air conditioning system, or upgrading their current system, this promotion is an opportunity to ensure they receive a great offer on the most efficient and technologically advanced Fujitsu General products for year-round comfort.” 

Click here for more information on the promotion or contact Fujitsu General on 1300 882 201.

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