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Huawei introduces trade-in program for KSA retailers

Huawei has launched a trade-in program with a couple of its retailers across Saudi Arabia

Huawei introduces trade-in program for KSA retailers

Huawei Consumer Business Group has introduced a trade-in program with local retailers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Customers that wish to trade in their smartphones from any brand will only need to pay the difference for a Huawei handset.

Haddad retailer is offering customers a handset from the Huawei Mate 10 series in exchange for their old device, as well as paying the difference.

Saudi Arabia's Extra retailer is offering customers the chance to bring in their old WiFi devices from one brand and exchange them with the Huawei E5785 Elite2 and E5770 Pro devices with 25% discount. Jarir Bookstore will also offer customers the chance to upgrade their old WiFi devices to the Huawei E5785 Elite2.

Huawei is on a mission to become more environmentally friendly, as it emphasises the importance of recycling. By introducing the trade-in program, it enables smartphone owners to contribute towards a healthy environment.

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