Wednesday, 27 March 2019 12:54

Optus calls for pre-ordering for Huawei P30 series smartphones

Footballer Kyah Simon captured on the Huawei P30 Pro at Uluru's Field of Light. Footballer Kyah Simon captured on the Huawei P30 Pro at Uluru's Field of Light.

Optus has started taking pre-orders for the new Huawei P30 and P30 Pro smartphones.

Optus said on Wednesday it would be offering the P30 Series smartphones with Dual-SIM capability, providing customers with the versatility between business and personal use of the device.

And Optus says the P30 and P30 Pro smartphones also introduce a “revolutionary” camera system including the Al-Powered Leica camera system, the superspectrum Sensor and the ultra-wide angle lens.

In addition to the photography innovation, Optus notes that the device has a long-lasting battery performance and a rapid supercharge technology.

Optus is offering the Huawei P30 (128GB) to purchase on the 24-month My Plan Plus from $65 per month ($45 plan plus $20 per month handset repayments; minimum total cost $1560 over 24 months).

The Huawei P30 Pro (256GB) is also available to purchase on the Optus My Plan Plus from $80 per month ($45 plan plus $35 per month handset repayments; minimum total cost $1,920 over 24 months). Both handsets are available in the Breathing Crystal or Aurora colours.

Optus says all customers who place their pre-order for the new Huawei P30 and P30 Pro by 15 April, can also redeem a bonus Sonos One Speaker valued at $299.

Ben White, Optus’ managing director of Product and Marketing, said, “For customers using separate smartphones for work and personal use, the Dual-SIM handset provides a convenient option to use a single handset across a suite of Optus’ My Plan Plus plans.

“The Huawei P30 Series innovative photography experience also makes this phone ideal for customers who use their phone for capturing those unforgettable moments.”

The Huawei P30 and P30 Pro have been available for pre-order from 9am on 27 March before the on-sale date of 16 April.


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