LeEco today announced that starting on December 1, its phones and televisions will be offered across a variety of US retailers including Best Buy, Target, and Amazon. Indeed, this encompasses both in-store and online outlets.

As a company looking to grow its US presence, LeEco offers lower cost alternatives to other, more established brands. But, because they are cheaper in cost it’s not the same as cheaply made. Its phones and TVs feature hardware that’s designed to go toe-to-toe with the likes of Samsung and LG.

Beginning on Dec. 1, individuals can experience LeEco products at more than 100 retail store locations across the U.S., and purchase from their preferred retailer.

Although LeEco is expanding its footprint here in the US, its general commerce site, LeMall.com, is still available. Moreover, it is now officially open for sales over 24 hours.

To help spur sales of its devices, LeEco is offering some incentives to customers over the coming weeks. Those who purchase one of its products before January 5 will receive a free subscription to DirecTV Now, a new streaming service announced just this week.

Depending on what products you buy, you’ll get anywhere from three to twelve months of the service.

  • 3 months of DIRECTV NOW free with the purchase of an ecophone (Le S3 or Le Pro3), or a Super4 X43 Pro ecotv
  • 6 months of DIRECTV NOW free with the purchase of a Super4 X55 or Super4 X65 ecotv
  • 12 months of DIRECTV NOW free with the purchase of a uMax85 ecotv
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