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Huawei store in Taipei?

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Huawei store in Taipei?

Postby PapaAzucar » 10 Jun 2016, 09:41

Hello all,
Is there a Huawei store in Taipei or a place where I can buy Huawei phone without a data provider plan?
Xiaomi has a store in the 2nd floor of the Xingtian Temple MRT building where you can buy the phone with no plan.
Then you can choose whatever prepaid card plan option.
I'm looking for something similar, but like to buy the new Huawei that is coming out.
Thanks.
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Re: Huawei store in Taipei?

Postby Doraemonster » 10 Jun 2016, 11:09

Pick something from this list:
http://consumer.huawei.com/tw/support/s ... /index.htm
(choose "台北市" for 'Taipei City' and click the button first)

You can paste the addresses into Google Maps directly. From a quick look at the list, it seems many of the authorized resellers are concentrated in the Guanghua Market area; there are also some in Shilin (near night market), Ximen and Neihu.
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