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Huawei offering free gift & lucky draw with purchase of smartphones

With the Merdeka and Malaysia Day celebration approaching, Huawei Malaysia will be running a special promotion promotion offering its customers more value with free gifts upon their purchase of selected Huawei devices. They will also stand chance to win a holiday trip via lucky draw.

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The details of the promotion as below:

Model Price Free Gift (while stocks lasts)
Huawei P9 RM2,099 Huawei P9 Gift Box worth RM259
Huawei P9 Plus RM2,599 Huawei P9 Gift Box worth RM259
Huawei P9 Lite RM1,099 Huawei Monopod worth RM79
Huawei Mate 8 Standard & Premium Variant RM1,999 & RM2,399 Laptop Bag worth RM109
Huawei G8 RM1,299 Colourful Vacuum Mug worth RM49
Huawei T2 Pro RM1,099 16GB SD Card worth RM49

 

Huawei recently announced its flagship devices in Malaysia, the P9 and the P9 Plus. Both the Huawei P9 Plus and Huawei P9 runs Android Marshmallow 6.0, has a quad-core 2.5 GHz processor and 4G LTE. The Huawei P9 Plus has a 5.5″ screen, 64GB storage and 4G RAM while the P9 has 5.2″ screen, 32GB storage and 3GB RAM.

The purchase of the Huawei device will qualify customers to participate in a lucky draw, that will reward over 100 prizes ranging from Samsonite travel bags to the grand prize, a 7D5N trip to Switzerland for two.

Details for the lucky draw is as below:

Prize Lucky Draw Prizes Quantity
Grand Prize 7D5N trip to Switzerland x 2 pax 1
1st Prize 5D4N trip to Maldives x 2 pax 2
2nd Prize 5D4N trip to Hokkaido x 2 pax 3
3rd Prize 3D2N Avilion Port Dickson x 2 pax 10
Consolation Prize Samsonite travel bag 100

 

Customers will have to collect and submit entry forms at selected Huawei Retail Stores during the promotion period along with the purchase receipt as a proof of purchase to participate.

Terms and conditions apply. More details on the Huawei Malaysia’s Facebook page.

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