Retail goes mobile

Posted on April 18, 2014
The new mobile version of features the same information, links and ACDelco parts information as the desktop version, but in a more convenient and portable format.

The new mobile version of features the same information, links and ACDelco parts information as the desktop version, but in a more convenient and portable format.

ACDelco announced that it is now easy for consumers with smartphones to get car care tips, product information or the location of the nearest ACDelco Professional Service Center Program participant with at their fingertips.

Smartphone users who search for ACDelco, click on the results or enter on their mobile browser will receive an optimized mobile version, compatible with iOS versions 6.0 and newer and Android 4.0 and newer.

“As consumers increasingly use their smartphones to shop for goods and services, we wanted to provide the same rich experience of in a convenient and easy-to-use format,” said Chris Brandt, ACDelco national marketing manager.

“Consumers who are traveling and encounter a vehicle issue can locate a service center and have the peace of mind that comes with quality ACDelco parts and our 24-month, 24,000-mile Consumer Assurance coverage, which includes roadside assistance.”

Related Topics: ACDelco, Chris Brandt, Mobile Websites

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