LG Australia Customer Service

LG Australia Customer Service

Phone number
1300 54 2273

LG Company Overview
LG Corporation was founded in the year 1958 as ‘Lucky GoldStar’. This is a Korean multinational corporation and is ranked as the 4th largest business corporation of the country. The company has its headquarters in Seoul, South Korea. The company is involved in the manufacturing of electronics, chemicals, and other products and is operating subsidiaries in more than 80 different countries. All over the globe, LG electronics controls almost 114 subsidiaries. There are about 82,000 executives and employees working for LG. In 1952, LG Chem entered into plastics business to become the first Korean company to enter the industry. The LG corporation is the part of two important joint ventures with Royal Philips Electronics and another with Nortel Networks. During the year 2011, the global sales of LG Corporation were found to be $49 billion. In Australia, LG Electronics was founded in the year 1997. This is operating as a subsidiary of LG Electronics, Inc. and is based in Sydney.

Products from LG Customer Service
LG customer service continues to the global leader in almost everything like home entertainment, home appliances, mobile telecommunications, digital displays, air conditioners and even solar power. In Australia too, LG Electronics is marketing a wide range of products like home entertainment goods, mobile phones, house appliances, displays, air conditioners and solar energy solutions. Besides their place in consumer electronics, the LG customer service has more than four decades of experience being the leader in air conditioning brand. In addition, LG expanded its product stream into the LED lighting products and also solar products. In Australia, the LG corporation has 40 authorized dealers for solar and lighting products and around 300 authorized dealers for commercial air conditioning products.

Contacting LG Customer Service Australia
In order to contact LG customer service Australia, there is a facility available to have a live chat with an LG Support representative. The link to the live chat option can be found in the following URL: http://www.lg.com/au/support/contact-customer-support. Alternatively, you can send a message to the LG Customer Support team by e-mail. In order to send the message, you have to fill the form that can be found at the following URL: https://www.lg.com/au/support/message-customer-support. Another option to contact LG customer service is by phone. You can speak to an LG Support representative on 1300 54 2273.

Tips for LG Customer Service Contact
Live chat facility will be open for the customers from Monday to Friday: 9 AM to 5 PM AEST. During other hours, you can make use of the messaging option. Similarly, phone support option will be open for the customers use from Monday to Sunday: 7 AM to 7 PM AEST.

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4 Responses to LG Australia Customer Service

  1. Dr Stephen Bowskill says:

    Dreadful service by yet another Philippines call centre.
    Could not talk to a technical person.
    Will advise all my friends and many clients NOT to buy LG, as there is no back-up.

    Would not transfer me to Australian technical person

  2. Dr Stephen Bowskill says:

    Purchased LG HR 945T.
    Could not watch one program and record another.

    Dreadful service by yet another Philippines call centre.
    Could not talk to a technical person.

    Would not transfer me to Australian technical person.

    Returning product highly dissatisfied.

    Will advise all my friends and many clients NOT to buy LG, as there is no back-up.

  3. Derek Harper says:

    Ever since your last upgrade for my LG 75UH656T, when I watch a program via my Yamaha 9.2 Atmos based Amplifier, the TV speakers remain on, they used to turn off automatically when ever the TV was put into a monitor mode so that the amp can control the sound. Now your TV wants to control the sound. I have enabled ARC on the TV and the amp, but turned power off on your menu system on the TV. Also if I want to play a TV program through the Yamaha Amp then I do not want the TV speakers on. Does this TV have a fault or is it like this now because of your “upgrade”

  4. Joy MacPherson says:

    You call this site Customer Service but I certainly did not receive service I was satisfied with. I sat on hold for 45 minutes until my phone went dead so rang on another phone only to be told we will get back to you and I am still waiting. I just want to discuss my issue with someone who understands what I am talking about and not be put on hold every time they ask me a question. It’s supposed to be customer service so help your customer.

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