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Huawei retailer refund program in PH now in other countries

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The retailer-initiated Huawei full-refund program in place in the Philippines is now being offered in two other countries as well.

We first learned of the development when we spotted a vice president at Huawei sharing a post that Challenger Singapore is offering a two-year money-back guarantee for phones and tablets purchased from June 22 to August 31.

Customers will be fully refunded if the devices — at some point within two years of purchase — can’t run Google apps and services and other popular apps like Facebook and Instagram anymore.

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This does not apply to app-developer issues, such as when the developer “decides to cancel or halt the support of the application for all common devices for all brands.” Nor is it applicable to problems relating to the app itself — when there’s a bug or virus, for example.

On top of that guarantee, Challenger is also throwing in a free two-year Huawei HiCare warranty for smartphones.

Huawei full-refund program by Challenger Singapore via Revu Philippines

This drives home the point that contrary to rumors, current Huawei devices will still get security and software updates. More on the rumors and Huawei’s answers to them here

When asked if there’s a similar program in other countries besides the Philippines and Singapore, the Huawei executive said that retailers in Thailand are offering the same assurance warranty. We’ll update this page if this goes beyond the three Southeast Asian countries.

We learned that retailers in Thailand are offering the same assurance warranty for Huawei phones and tablets

More than a month ago, Google revoked Huawei’s Android license in compliance with a United States government’s executive order restricting American companies from supplying products to Huawei. The Trump administration has since granted the manufacturer a temporary license.

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Editor-in-chief: Alora Uy Guerrero has 18 years of experience as an editor for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. She took time off journalism to manage OPPO’s digital-marketing campaigns. When not busy with her babies, she’s working on Revü, a passion project — or probably traveling or obsessing over her favorite bands, movies, TV shows, and basketball teams.