Huawei has announced a partnership with "one of Australia's most trusted mobile phone and tablet repairers, Happytel", which Huawei says has "reinforced its commitment to customer service".
Chinese smartphone vendor OPPO has opened a new service centre in Melbourne's CBD, the second of its kind in Australia, to serve as an all-in-one hub offering walk-in and send-in services and accessories.
Youth-focused "cameraphone manufacturer" Oppo, which is a fancy way of saying smartphone, has opened a service centre for same-day, walk-in, send-in and/or send-back repair services, and it looks pretty good!
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