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Huawei and Standard Bank are proud to announce a new strategic partnership. This partnership has both companies working together in promoting their respective businesses through value offerings to customers.

Standard Bank and Huawei signed an MOU at Huawei’s Sandton office clinching this partnership which will create various opportunities for both parties to showcase their offerings.

As a result of the partnership Huawei products, with a focus on Mate 10 Pro and Huawei Mate 10 Porsche Design will be featured in VIP financial offerings for Standard Bank customers who purchase Huawei devices on various uniquely designed offerings.

Customers will be able to see these offerings on the Standard Bank UCount online Mall a Rewards programme that lets you collect rewards points when you shop with your qualifying Standard Bank personal Credit, Cheque or Debit cards.

“We are delighted to be partnering with an innovative banking institution such as Standard Bank and believe that moving forward with such a partner, we will be able to offer customers our products at a valued rate,” said Likun Zhao GM Huawei Consumer Business Group SA.

“Standard Bank believes the partnership advocates what we stand for which is growing Africa. Universal financial services are integral to our vision and we believe this partnership between the two players will enable us to reach and deliver our universal products across, as we continue to move Africa forward,” said Luvuyo Masinda, head of Client Coverage and Investment Banking (CIB) at Standard Bank.

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