Huawei, Honor Products Get Warranty Extension in India Due To Coronavirus Lockdown

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Huawei, Honor Products Get Warranty Extension in India Due To Coronavirus Lockdown

Huawei has announced that users with Huawei devices in India whose warranty expires between March 21 to June 21 will now get an extended warranty period till June 30. This includes devices such as smartphones, smartwatches, headsets, chargers, and more. A similar announcement was also made by Huawei’s sub-brand, Honor on Thursday for all the Honor phones, wearables, headsets and accessories. Honor has also extended warranty period till the end of June for devices whose warranties expire between March 21 to June 21.

The announcement was made by the company at a time when India is grappling with Coronavirus pandemic. Due to the lockdown of 21 days in India, miscellaneous services are declared shut. Due to this, several launches and delivery of smartphones in the country were either postponed or cancelled.

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Huawei also stated that service centres across the country are bow temporarily closed. While announcing the extension of warranty on its products, the company mentioned in the tweet “We’re here to support you! As a gesture of good faith, we have extended the warranty on all smartphones, smartwatches, headsets, chargers, etc.”

Honor in a similar note, also notes the closure of service centres due to the lockdown until further notice, and said that the decision was taken to ensure seamless service to its users. The company further added “This step has been taken as a gesture of good faith and accountability to ensure seamless service to its users, and to support the consumers while meeting their requirements during this time of uncertainty caused by the global coronavirus outbreak.”