Huawei Mobile Kenya Announces Up to 50% Easter Discount on Products and Services

Starting today through April 5

For those who’ve been looking for an upgrade, especially on accessories, Huawei Mobile Kenya is offering discounts on a variety of its products during this Easter Month. The company announced a five-day campaign that will be available at all of its Experience Stories in Nairobi with up to 50 per cent discount starting today.

You can grab some of the company’s accessories during the period including Smartwatches, FreeBuds, Band series, Free Lace and Power Banks at 10 per cent less than their retail price.

Products on offer and their new prices include Huawei GT 2 Pro(Ksh 34,999), GT 2(Ksh 24,999), Watch Fit(Ksh 11,999), Band 4(Ksh 4,699), Freebuds Pro(Ksh 19,999), Freelace Pro(Ksh 12,499) and 10,000mAh Powerbank for Ksh 3,499.

The company’s recent wireless buds, FreeBuds 3i, with an in-ear design will be purchased at Ksh 12,999(30% off) if purchased in combination with any Huawei phone or tablet.

FreeBuds 3i follow Huawei’s last year’s FreeBuds 3 featuring a cone-shaped design. They include active noise cancellation up to 32 dB, up to 14.5 hrs. of playback with an accompanying charging case, and leverage 10 mm dynamic drivers.

They are easily pairable with any device and pack neat control tricks removing the need to lift your phone courtesy of built-in capacitive sensors on both sides: long tap to turn ANC on or off, and double-tap to play/pause music or answer and end calls.

The deals will run starting today through April 5.

Screen Protectors & Replacement Offer

Huawei Mobile Kenya will also sell screen protectors for half the price. Screen replacement will also be done at a 50 per cent discount, for select Y series devices and the P30 Lite. The screen replacement offer is available at Huawei’s TRM service centre.

What They Said

“We have a variety of offers on all our smartwatches. Our smartwatches are fashionable, multipurpose with long battery life, accurate health monitoring, and fitness tracking features,” Huawei Mobile Kenya Country Head, Jim Zhujie said.

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