Huawei Will Refund 100% If Google & Non-Google Apps Don’t Work
As we all know, the US Government has blacklisted Huawei for “National Security” reason. And since then US company like Google, Facebook, Qualcomm, Broadcom etc are not allowed to do business with Huawei. Now this means Huawei cannot use Google services like Google playstore, google maps, gmail etc on their upcoming smartphones.
However, there will be no impact on existing Huawei smartphones from this banned situation but because of some misleading news and information floating around the internet people are discouraged from buying Huawei smartphones. Also existing Huawei smartphones users are also in a panic that Google apps and non-google apps will not run on their devices in the near future, which is not true.
Now to tackle this hurdle and to assure Huawei customers that existing Huawei devices will function normally and run all the Google apps and Non-Google apps, Huawei has introduced 100% Refund Program.
Call Mobility Pvt. Ltd (Nation distributor of Huawei Smartphones) has ensured full money-back guarantee on Huawei tablets and smartphones in Nepal if they are unable to run google apps like gmail, google play, google maps, youtube, chrome and non-google apps like facebook, whatsapp, viber, instagram etc.
Following are models on which company entertain the valid refund scheme:
Y-series: Y3 2017, Y3 2018, Y5 Lite, Y5 Prime 2018, Y5 Pro 2019, Y6 Prime 2018, Y6 Pro 2019, Y7 Pro 2018, Y7 Pro 2019, Y7 Pro 2019 (64 GB), Y9 2018, Y9 2019, Y Max
Nova-series: Nova 2 Lite, Nova 2i Lite, Nova 2i, Nova 3e, Nova 3i, Nova 3, Nova 4
Tab-series: Mediapad T3 7″, 8″, 10″
P-series: P30 Lite, P20, P20 Pro, P30, P30 Pro
Mate-series: Mate 10, Mate 20 Pro
However, 100% refund program will not be applicable in terms of physically damaged phones and software self-cause which includes third-party software and rooted phones.
Offers like these could prove to be a much-needed respite for customers who are sceptical about using a Huawei smartphone.
It remains to be seen whether Huawei will bounce back from the refund offer to users worldwide. If that happens, it could prove to be a major boost to the turn around the predicted decline in sales.