Huawei mobile Kenya unveils a number of discounts on products and accessories this Easter

Huawei Mobile Kenya has unveiled a number of discounts on its products in the country during the easter holiday. Customers are slated to receive up to 50 percent off on a number of products within the 5-day period. The offer will also extend to Huawei services and will be accessible from various Huawei Mobile flagship experience stores across the country.

Huawei has faced pressure from current tag of ward between the US and China, which has led to a number of Huawei products and services being restricted in certain countries as well as lacking necessary chip supply to manufacture various products. The Kenyan government has however dismissed the allegations by the US and allowed one of the countries top mobile service provider to engage Huawei as well as Nokia in launching the country’s first 5G network.

To access Easter offers on products and services, customers will have to visit one of these experience stores; Sarit Center, Yaya Center, Village Market and Thika Road Mall. The offers are available during the 5-day window, where consumers will be eligible to receive 10 percent discount on all accessories that include Smartwatches, FreeBuds, Smart bands, free lace as well as on power banks.

On some items such as the most recent FreeBuds 3i will have a 30 percent discount as long as it’s purchased alongside any other product from the company. The company is also going all out on some accessories such as screen protectors, which will have a 50 percent discount, interestingly, the offer will apply on any Huawei products as well as on other brands. Screen replacements on the Y-Series will also get a 50 percent price cut at the Thika Road Mall including the Huawei P30 Lite

Speaking on the campaign, Huawei Mobile Kenya Country head Jim Zhujie acknowledged the third wave of the corona pandemic had led to closure of some vital exercise related centers such as the Gyms and sports. Zhujie noted that this has led to more customers deciding to work out at home leading to an increased demand for virtual personal training. As a result, the country head noted the importance of the current offers that will give consumers an opportunity to own a new smartwatch as well as other fitness tracking devices at reduced prices.


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