In a pro consumer move huawei has announced that it will offer 100% refund to its users if they fail to get access to Google and Facebook apps.
The offer will start with Philippines customers and will slowly inducted into other markets.
Huawei has come up with this offer after seeing a major dip in sales.
More than 30 partner retailers and dealers in Philippines of Huawei are offering a “Special Warranty Program.”
Under the Special Warranty Program, customers who will purchase new Huawei phones or tablets are assured that they’ll no have issues concerning the use of Google apps and services such as the Google Play Store, Gmail, Google Maps, Photos, Chrome, and YouTube.
Additionally, it covers non-Google apps as well such as Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and few others.
Partner retailers and dealers will offer 100% refund to devices covered by the Special Warranty Program, If Google completely cut ties with Huawei.
Huawei is confident that new warranty program will address the growing concerns from consumers regarding Huawei phones.
Since Google and Facebook currently account for a huge amount of people’s times spent on their devices, this seems to be a good move and will ease tensions among customers, at-least for a considerable period of time.
But the story is completely different in china.
Huawei’s latest Honor 20 series has sold over 1 million Honor 20 smartphones in 14 days.
According to Huawei Central reports the company also sold 30,000 units of Honor 20 Pro in just 3 seconds after launch.