- Sep 02, 2020
- Business Update
JD.ID Offers An Exclusive Promotion For Huawei’s Latest Laptop
by Martin Li
Huawei has launched an exclusive promotion of its latest laptop MateBook D15 on JD.ID, the e-commerce joint venture of JD.com in Indonesia.
From September 1st to 10th , local consumers can preorder the laptop for IDR8,699,000 (US$D593) at Huawei’s official store on JD.ID, and receive a cashback of IDR1,700,000 (US$D115).
In addition to the cashback, laptop buyers are also eligible for prizes during the promotion, including a Huawei backpack, Huawei mouse and Huawei powerbank; as well as a voucher worth IDR200,00 (US$D13) and two years of guaranteed online service.
Launch of the promotion ceremony in Indonesia on September 1st .
Huawei Matebook D15 offers crystal clear visuals supported by a HUAWEI FullView Display, with an aspect ratio of 16: 9, IPS wide-angle screen with 178-degree viewing, 1920 x 1080 (FHD) resolution, and ultra-thin borders on three sides.
“We are proud to be working with JD.ID, which is one of the largest e-commerce companies in Indonesia,” said Lo Khing Seng, deputy country chief of Huawei’s consumer business in Indonesia. “Through this collaboration, we hope that Huawei products can be more affordable to all consumers.”
“We are delighted to finally to be able to present new products that represent Huawei’s commitment and efforts in technological innovation. Hopefully consumers will benefit from our latest innovations in everyday life, ” he said.
Samir Skif, platform business director of JD.ID, said, “In pursuit of our goals, we are doing our best to help Indonesians get the products they need and want—and of course with attractive offers. We hope that through this collaboration, JD.ID and Huawei can continue to deliver innovative products with cutting-edge technology for all of our customers.”
A combination of direct-to-consumer and marketplace platform, JD.ID went into operation over four years ago and has grown rapidly. The number of SKUs increased from 10,000 in 2015 to around 800,000 by the end of 2019. The platform is providing delivery service to 400 cities across Indonesia.