Huawei is so confident that its Honor sub-brand creates great phones that people don't want to part with that it's temporarily changing its returns policy on its European online store.
The store is available in the UK, Belgium, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, and Switzerland - so if you're in any of these countries you can buy an Honor direct from Huawei.
And if you choose the Honor 7 or Honor 5X by June 8, you'll get a 60-day return window - but only in the UK, Spain, Italy, Germany, and the Netherlands. That's much more than the usual 14-day period for the EU, and in two months you should clearly be able to decide whether the Honor you bought is a keeper.
It's a no strings attached thing, Huawei boasts, and "to top it off" the company is also throwing in a free pick-up service for the device, so you don't even have to pay for sending it back.
wow! your promotional deal is very thoughtful and tactical. it will make people buy more and begin to like your products more. it's rather unfortunate your promotion is not within my region. well done huawei.
my father bought an Honor 5X a few weeks ago and so far it's been a really good phone for a relatively low price. nice build quality, good battery life, responsive UI and generally a sufficient performance. the fingerprint scanner is also fast and wo...
I have the honour 7 in the UK I've had it 6 months and really like it. And I like that they are willing to encourage others to take a chance on something cheaper but almost as good