Behold Huawei Credit Card that will bring your tonnes of benefits and privileges. It is not surprising at all that Huawei decided to roll out their very own commercial credit card for payments. Richard Yu who is Huawei's CEO announced Huawei Card along with the unveiling of the company's latest flagship the P40. Though not much has been divulged, we do know that Huawei Card will share a lot of benefits that Apple Card users currently have.
Huawei's CEO-Richard Yu announced the much anticipated Huawei Card
First and foremost, Huawei Card will be both a physical and a virtual card. The card will be backed by UnionPay which is China's largest card payment organization. UnionPay is also a global payment network which is accepted worldwide, so that will be peace of mind for cardholdes. On top of that the card also supports NFC for wireless-tap payment, meaning you do not need your pin. If you are interested to sign up for Huawei's very first credit card, your first year's annual fee will be waived. That's not all: If you spend enough amount in a calendar year through Huawei Pay, your subsequent annual fee can easily be waived as well.
Enjoy Huawei Pay with your credit card for more benefits and discounts!
Owners of Huawei Credit Card will enjoy numerous irresistible privileges, perks and benefits especially in terms of travelling. Cardholders will get exclusive access to airport luxurious lounge in airports and train stations as well as VIP rooms. You will also enjoy special promotions and discounts as well as cashback rebates to help you save more when use spend using your Huawei Card. I am sure there will be extra discounts on dining and hotel stay just to name a few. Fans can expect even more benefits and discounts once it is officially released.
So when will Huawei Credit Card be released globally? For the time being, we do not have an exact timeline, but since it has been announced rest assured that it will go official soon enough perhaps in a few months' time. When will it arrive in Malaysia together with Huawei Pay to compete against GrabPay and Boost? Soon I believe. Are you excited?