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Huawei will give you full-refund if its device can’t run Google and Facebook Apps [Update: Dealers offer]



[Update: We have received official information about this offer. Huawei (the company) isn’t running this offer in the Philippines – it is dealers who are running this program.]

Huawei is doing everything to keep its smartphone buyers. The company is trying to gain new buyers too, which is getting difficult outside China.

In China, the company performing very well – there’s no effect of the on-going trade ban on Huawei. Its latest Honor 20 series is selling very well.

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The Honor has sold over 1 million Honor 20 smartphones in just 14 days and it sold 30,000 units of Honor 20 Pro in just 3 seconds, which went on sale today.

According to Revu, Huawei’s distributors are running an attractive program in the Philippines. There’s a full-refund program for purchased Huawei smartphones and tablets in the Philippines. There more than 30 partner retailers and dealers are part of this program.

You will get a full refund in case if Google apps and services like Play Store, Gmail, and YouTube and even popular non-Google apps like Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp won’t function on your device. In order to get the claim, your device should not be 2 years old.

In any case, this is a good step by Huawei. What do you think about this offer? Let us know in the comments below.

Keep fighting Huawei…

Amy is our firmware and software specialist, she keeps her eagle eyes open for new software rollouts, beta programs, and other software related activities as well as new smartphone launch.