A popular tourist attraction has become the latest Chinese company to show solidarity with Huawei’s chief finance officer, Meng Wanzhou, who was arrested in Canada on 1 December.
Shennong Mountain Scenic Park in eastern Henan province said it would waive the $9.40 (65 yuan) ticket fee for anyone carrying a Huawei phone.
Ms Meng, who was given bail in Canada, faces extradition to the US on charges of breaking Iran sanctions.
Her case has upped tensions with China.
“Use Huawei phones, shoot grand photos on the mountain,” a notice on the Shennong park’s social media account said. “We wish friends around the world who support Huawei success and bliss.”
The offer would last until 29 December, the South China Morning Post reported.