HTC South Africa Customer Care Number, Email Support

Contact HTC  South Africa Customer Service Number: The main aim of the company is to provide innovative and quality products for the customers. HTC started its services in the year 1997 supplying a wide range of products like mobile phones, touchscreen phones and PDAs based on Windows Mobile OS.

In the year 2012, the company granted 10-years license agreement which covers further patents for Apple and HTC. The company has spent most of the money in its research and development of products which improves people’s life through its products.

It employs 16,846 people all over the world having net income of $603.8 million USD as on 2012. HTC Sensation, HTC One 32GB, HTC One Max, HTC One Mini, HTC Sensation XL etc are the wide variety of products offered by the company.

For any kind of Technical Support and Product Inquiry, you can dial HTC Toll-Free Number which is also an HTC Customer Care Number South Africa.

HTC South Africa Contact Number

Customer Care Number:0800 777 112.
Email Form.


•This Limited Warranty is given only to the original purchaser of the Product.

•This Limited Warranty shall last for twelve (12) months from the date of original purchase.

•Warranty applies only to the hardware components of the Product.

•If HTC repairs or replaces the Product, the repaired or replaced Product shall continue to be warranted for the remaining time of the original Warranty Period or for three (3) months from the date of repair.

•Before returning any unit for service, secure your data and remove any confidential and personal information.

Cancellation & Return

•Once products are delivered to you and accepted as accurate then there is no refund or exchange.

•To return any items that are damaged or not as per your original order, Please return the products to the delivery person along with a remark on the delivery challan within 7 days of delivery.

•All damaged items or items not as per your order that are to be returned must be accompanied by a copy of the original receipt.

•Postage and charges for return of these will not be refunded.

•No exchanges or refunds for opened or used products.

•Please allow one to three weeks from the day you return your damaged package.

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  1. Vive - South Africa - Sad

    Finally called to hear if maybe HTC Vive will ever ship to South Africa, but met with a wall of uncertainty – Not the operators fault – She’s in no position to make commitments regarding marketing channels.

    I have been extremely enthusiastic about VR since announcement years ago. Have patiently checked in on the website about once a weak since release to see if South Africa is supported, but no love.

    Its going out to China, India, Australia, Middle-East, etc… But not South Africa. Can get it through dodgy import services that charge an arm and a leg for it, but without the limited warranty. No matter how eager I am for something I am no fool so its just not an option.

    I suppose marketing a product in a country is not just a flip of a switch, but it is surprising that the HTC Vive is not marketed in South Africa since HTC distributes phones in South Africa so there are existing channels.

    I’ve written to HTC, Valve and Gabe Newell himself (out of desperation) – No love. It makes me sad. It would be bearable if there were viable alternatives available for PC users, but Oculus doesn’t market directly in South Africa either. Ultimately Vive is the superior product so I want it. Playstation VR is sold in South Africa. Buddy got his today, but I am a PC gamer. The irony is that he did not even know about VR till I told him about it. Yet here I am – PC VR enthusiast up a creek without a paddle in sight.

    Its starting to feel a little bit cruel.

    Kind Regards,

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