Speaking in Lusaka, Huawei Device Country Manager Li Mao disclosed that the promotion is scheduled to begin from 14th March up to 24th March 2016 and comes in conjunction with Huawei’s partners which are E Plus, Budget Stores, PB Wholesale, Telefonika, Mobile Monster, Mobile City as well as Master Electricals.
“We believe that special occasions such as Easter an opportunity to reward consumers with our range of latest products. Our latest promotion will see three top of the range Huawei P8 Lite smartphones given away though an in-store competition. Consumers purchasing any Huawei device during the promotion period will be required to fill in a lucky card with their contact information, IMEI and so forth in order to stand a chance to win a prize,” Li Mao said.
He added that the promoters will collect all the lucky cards and which will be sent to the Huawei offices where winners will be picked to win the prize on April 5th which will then be posted on the Huawei Facebook page.
Huawei, which is the manufacturer of both the P8lite and G8, is a Chinese networking and telecommunications equipment and services company that offer its products and services in over 170 countries worldwide.
The company’s continued introduction of new smartphones every year has helped to expand and establish it as a reliable producer of cutting-edge devices on both the local market and globally.
The P8lite smartphone being given away during this promotion is a beautifully and perfectly crafted device which offers style on a budget to consumers looking for a smartphone that delivers great features, is stylish but still affordable. It is powered by a HiSilicon Kirin 620 chipset and has a 2200mAh battery that has an endurance rating of 53 hour. It is the latest addition to the Huawei P series.
The Huawei G8 that is also included in the promotion is an elegantly relegated smartphone that has a distinct feel of its own with its rounded body design and comes equipped with a Snapdragon 615 chip and a 3000mAh battery that has a total endurance rating of about 70 hours.
Source: KPR Consulting