Huawei Labour Day specials offer amazing rewards

TO celebrate Labour Day beginning next month, Huawei has arranged a series of exciting deals, rewards, contests and more.

Kicking off the festivities, Huawei is setting a new pricing scheme on selected devices, followed by a celebration of its online official store’s sixth anniversary, as well as offering AppGallery Rewards, Member Centers Rewards and more.

Below are reasons why you shouldn’t miss out on these amazing rewards.

1) New pricing for Huawei P30 PRO, MATE 30 AND MATE 30 PRO 4G

Beginning at midnight on April 29, Huawei will set a new pricing scheme for fan favourites out of the brand’s flagship series’ – the Huawei P30 Pro, the Huawei Mate 30 and the Mate 30Pro 4G.

With price reductions up to RM300, Huawei gives users another reason to own one of these devices, as a way to celebrate the Labour Day with a bang.

  • Huawei P30 Pro (8GB+256GB) now at RM2,799 (normal price RM2,999)
  • Huawei Mate 30 (8GB+128GB) now at RM2,499 (normal price RM2,799)
  • Huawei Mate 30Pro 4G (8GB+256GB) now at RM3,599 (normal price RM3,899)

To purchase these Huawei devices at its new prices, go to

2) Huawei Online Official Store’s sixth anniversary

Huawei’s online store officially turns six today and is throwing in amazing deals and free gifts to celebrate.

This one-day celebration features 16% off on all Huawei accessories, amazing deals and freebies on “Must Buy” and “New Arrival” devices.

Consumers will also be able to claim a RM166 online voucher by simply heading to the Huawei online official store and register for an account.

Click here to find out more before the deal is over.

Huawei AppGallery Rewards

  • Comment and win a Huawei P40 Pro

In the spirit of Ramadan, Huawei Mobile Services is launching its festive campaign, AppGallery Brings You Together This Ramadan and is giving out ten Huawei P40 smartphones through a contest beginning at noon of May 1 till May 31.

The contest aims to encourage Huawei ID users to tell us on the Huawei Mobile Services APAC Facebook page, which one out of the many apps downloaded from the campaign’s collection on the AppGallery is their favourite and why.

Users will also need to state how a feature in the app helped them during the Ramadan period. For more on the campaign, click here.

  • Receive 100% rebate via in-app purchase with Maxis and Hotlink

Earn Huawei Points & Rewards as you spend; as from now to June 30, you’ll be able to enjoy triple rewards by changing your in-app purchases to your Maxis Bill, or paying with your Hotlink Credit.

Users of first-time purchases can receive a 100% rebate (terms and conditions apply) on Huawei Points, while existing users can earn two Huawei Points with every purchase.

For each month during the campaign period, one eligible user with the highest accumulated value of purchases during the month will win a monthly prize. For more on the campaign, click here

  • Huawei Member Center rewards

Huawei Rewards is a privileged reward programme dedicated to Huawei mobile users.

As a Huawei VIP member, users can redeem promotions and offers from esteemed Huawei partners listed in the Mobile App.

For the whole of May, users can receive free gifts and special discounts exclusively from partners such as Malaysia Airlines, Golden Screen Cinemas, Nando’s, Godiva, Baskin Robbins, Domino’s Pizza, HealthLand, Samsonite, GNC, Health Lane and more. r

To learn more, click here.

Free three-month VIP access to Huawei Video

All new Huawei users are entitled to redeem a three-month free VIP access to Huawei Video, where over 1,000 videos, drama, documentaries and shows are available to keep you busy during your holidays.

New Arrival Promotion

When you purchase the HUAWEI MatePad Pro with the Smart Magnetic Keyboard at the price of RM2,898, you will also be receiving the HUAWEI M-Pencil for FREE worth RM299. This offer is running now until 7 June 2020.

For details on the consumer rewards, benefits and the Huawei Express VIP Delivery service, visit

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