Oppo Malaysia Reopens Stores In Certain Locations During CMCO

Under the ongoing conditional movement control order (CMCO), most local businesses are allowed to resume operation and reopen their shops for walk-in customers, provided that they strictly adhere to the standard operating procedures to control the spread of Covid-19.

In line with that, Oppo has pulled up the shutters to its Brands Stores in Malaysia in selected locations. To ensure safety for all inside the stores, temperature scans will be conducted to all staffs and shoppers. Hand sanitisers will be provided within the outlets, with the stores themselves to undergo full and thorough disinfection at least twice daily. Social distancing measures will be enforced and everyone will be constantly reminded to take good hygiene practices. 

On top of that, Oppo is also providing a complimentary one-time, in-store phone sanitisation service for all customers. For those who need to urgently repair their Oppo devices, the Oppo Service Center will be operating partially.

While their stores shuttered since mid-March before the latest directive, Oppo Malaysia has reported better online sales compared to the same period in the previous year. Until now, the company has released a ton of devices this year such as the Find X2, Find X2 Pro, A91, A92, Enco W31, Enco M31 and most recently the Reno3 and Reno3 Pro, all which have contributed to the strong sales. All Oppo products are readily available to order on their online channels such as the Oppo Online Store, Shopee and Lazada.    

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