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Brother products now available to buy online

For some of us, COVID-19 and the resulting quarantine protocols may make you more concerned and careful about leaving your home, even if it’s to buy the things you need. Fortunately, there’s a way to cut down on your trips outside the house with the convenience of online shopping.

Brother Philippines is making it easier for customers to buy the Brother products they need through authorized online dealers on Lazada, Shopee, and Facebook Shop. Through these online platforms, customers can get the printers, sewing machines, and labelers they need anytime from the safety and comfort of their home.

“No matter where you are, you can now purchase the Brother product you want anytime,” said Brother Philippines President Glenn Hocson. “This way, Brother can now truly be at your side always.”

To find Brother products on Lazada and Shopee, customers simply have to search for the type of product or the specific product they want, and authorized resellers will appear in the search results. They can also access the Brother Philippines Facebook Shop at https://bit.ly/BrotherFBShop.

The best way to buy online and ensure high quality and authenticity is through authorized sellers. Customers can check if an online seller is an authorized dealer by contacting the Brother Helpdesk Support at (02) 8 581-9898 or through email at [email protected] The hotline is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Mondays to Saturdays (except holidays).

For more details and updates, customers may visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BROTHERatyourside/.

Topics: COVID-19 , Brother Philippines , Shopee , Facebook Shop , Glenn Hocson
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