Save up to £100 on Huawei phone deals – Mate 20 Pro and P30 Pro included

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Despite a bit of a blip in its relationship with Google, Huawei has been a force to reckon with in 2019 offering some of the best mobile phone deals we've seen in the last few months. And now, every single one of those Huawei phone deals just got better.

How can every single Huawei contract get better you may ask. Well, Huawei has just pulled out the big guns, offering cashback of up to £100 across its five newest devices – the Huawei P30 Pro, P30, P30 Lite, Mate 20 Pro and P20 Pro.

The even better news here is that this is available over both SIM-free and contract deals, saving you cash no matter how you want to buy. We've included a full list of partaking retailers below but all of the big names are there – Carphone Warehouse, Amazon, Mobiles.co.uk and more.

But with hundreds of thousands of deals featuring cashback, where do you start? We've cherry picked the standout Huawei phone deals from this promotion, the ones that really deserve the limelight and listed them below.

Or, if Huawei can't turn your head, even with all of this cashback, then check out our mobile phone deals guide for the rest of the market's contracts. With this offer coming to an end on September 4, you have plenty of time to grab one.

How to get your cashback

So you've ordered your new phone and now you want your money. Understandable, and luckily very easy to sort.

Simply head to this link at least 14 days after your phone has arrived and complete the online form. Your cashback will then be yours within 30 days.

Which retailers are offering cashback with Huawei?

None of the deals above appeal to you? There are still a range of offers available. You can get cashback on the Huawei P30, P30 Lite, P30 Pro, Mate 20 Pro and P20 Pro from these retailers:

SIM-free:
Amazon
Argos
John Lewis
Very

Contracts:
Affordable Mobiles
BuyMobiles
Carphone Warehouse
e2save
Fonehouse
iD Mobile
Mobile Phones Direct
Mobiles.co.uk
Sky Mobile
Three
Vodafone


Source: TechRadar

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