Huawei to open its 1st Experience Store at Sarit Center on Saturday

Huawei Mobile Kenya is set to open its first experience store at Sarit Center in Nairobi.

When opened, Huawei customers would have the privilege to walk in and experience for themselves the company’s latest gadgets, including smartphones, fitness bands, and even smartwatches.

The local office says the experience store will be opened officially on Saturday, 1st February. The launch event will take place from 10 am until 7 pm at Sarit Center’s new wing.

This launch event is definitely something you wouldn’t want to miss out on. The company says they will have “amazing discounts” on some of their devices available in the store.

Part of the deals will include a 50% discount on the 1st 200 Huawei Band 4e and 20% off on all accessories like the Huawei Watch GT2, Huawei MiniSpeakers, Huawei FreeBuds 3 and Huawei FreeLace, etc.

Customers will also have a chance to win gift hampers. Early birds to arrive at the event will get some freebies as well. The first 100 guests to arrive at the event will get FREE Huawei Band 3e worth Ksh 2599 and other 200 guests to arrive to get other gifts available.

You can also pay Ksh 100 at the event or via ticketsasa and get a “special” discount voucher that you can redeem on any Huawei device available at the store during the event.

And it doesn’t stop there – there will also be a Lucky draw with winners legible to walk away with a Huawei smartphone or any of their accessories availed at the store every hour. On top of that, there will also be auction bidding from as low as Ksh 100 on different Huawei devices and accessories.

For those who would wish to purchase any of the available devices, Huawei has partnered with LipaLater for partial payment plans with no interest.

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