With the tagline ‘Double Internet, Double Fun’, Huawei and Grameenphone have collaborated to launch exciting bundle offers for customers in Bangladesh.
The bundle packages are comprised of two separate offers. Under the first offer, Grameenphone customers purchasing any one of Huawei Y3II (BDT 6,190), Huawei Y5II (BDT 8,990), and Huawei Tablet-T1 7.0 (BDT 8,990) will receive up to 24 GB internet for free.
Under the second offer, Grameenphone customers will enjoy up to 25 GB free internet upon purchasing any one of Huawei Y6II (BDT 13,590), Huawei Y6Pro (BDT 11,690), Huawei GR5 mini (BDT 16,990), and Huawei P9 lite (BDT 22,900).
‘Huawei and Grameenphone share a mutual commitment to ensuring greater convenience in the lives of our respective customers through better services and new offers. It is this commitment that has established Huawei as the second largest smartphone brand in Bangladesh, and has made Grameenphone the number one digital service provider in the nation,’ said Ingmar Wang, Director of Device Business at Huawei Technologies (Bangladesh) Ltd.
He also said, ‘More people having feasible access to smartphones and connection to the internet would enable the country to become more digitalized. We hope that this offer, which is one of our many currently existing and future offers, will contribute to taking one more step in that direction.’
Customers willing to avail the first offer is going to get 1.5 GB free internet (7 days’ validity) upon purchase of a handset. After that, with every 2.5 GB internet purchased with BDT 427, he or she will get 2.5 GB free internet (maximum 9 times). Under the second offer, customers will get 2.5 GB free internet (7 days’ validity) upon purchase, after which he or she will get 2.5 GB free internet with every recharge of 2.5 GB internet at BDT 427 (maximum 9 times).
Interested customers can avail the offer Grameenphone’s GP Online Shop or from Huawei Experience Centers at Jamuna Future Park and Bashundhara City Shopping Mall as well as other Huawei brand shops across 64 districts of Bangladesh.