Huawei is a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, the launch of 5G technology in South African presented several highly attractive opportunities for consumers, carriers and the ICT industry at large.
The transformative impact of the technology began to be felt across sectors, but as the roll-out expands, it began to fundamental influence on the way we live, work and interact.
With Black Friday is almost upon us and Huawei is also joining this year’s biggest shopping event with deals of its own.
The company has announced the Huawei Black Friday Live Sale, which will see up to 90% off on certain deals.
The sale starts from 25 November at 7 pm on Huawei’s newly redesigned online store.
Huawei will have specials and bundles on newly launched products as well as its range of devices launched earlier this year. This is probably the best flash sale any cellphone distributor has ever brought to Mzansi.
Products going on sale this week will include smartwatches, tech accessories, flagship smartphones, routers, and earphones.
Huawei Black Friday specials
A few of the specials that Huawei will be having for Black Friday include:
Huawei P30 lite: R4 999 – a saving of R500
Huawei Y8s: R4 299 – a saving of R400
Huawei Y7p: R3 499 – a saving of R400
Huawei P40 Pro+: R19 999 – a saving of R9 000
Huawei Watch GT: R1 799 – a saving of R1 900
Huawei MediaPad T5: R2 999 – a saving of R1 300
Please note that the quantity of the products on the Huawei Black Friday Live Sale is limited. Ts and Cs apply.
You can join in on the Live Sale on the below channels:
YouTube: Huawei Mobile South Africa
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