The four-year anniversary will be host to a slew of offers which will go live on November 30 and will include a Rs 1,500 cashback on all Citibank credit/debit cards when buying the OnePlus 6T. The offer also extends to a six-month no-cost EMI option and a discount of Rs 3,000 on the exchange of an old OnePlus device.
Just days after seeding its latest flagship with an update to OxygenOS 9.0.6, OnePlus has now teamed up with Amazon India to announce community rewards on its latest flagship device - the OnePlus 6T. The announcement comes in light of the completion of OnePlus’ four-year partnership with Amazon.in which came into being when OnePlus entered the Indian market in 2014.
The four-year anniversary will be host to a slew of offers which will go live on November 30 and will include a Rs 1,500 cashback on all Citibank credit and debit cards when buying the latest OnePlus 6T smartphone. The offer also extends to host a six-month no-cost EMI option as well as a discount of Rs 3,000 on the exchange of an old OnePlus device. The exchange offer will also be eligible when exchanging your old iPhone.
OnePlus has acknowledged that Amazon India remains its exclusive partner for its online sale and the partnership has been responsible for many achievements including ‘Invite-only’ purchases, referral programs and ‘Fast AF’ sales. The company claimed that OnePlus phones have emerged as best sellers during Amazon’s Great Indian Festival, Prime Day or Freedom sales.
Speaking on the occasion, OnePlus India GM, Vikas Agarwal said “As two companies that are obsessed with customer experience, OnePlus and Amazon.in were a perfect fit from the start. Over the years, our partnership has been an extremely fruitful one with both companies gaining insights from each other and using each others’ strengths for mutual benefits. As we complete four years, we look forward to many more years of collaboration for better customer experiences and growth”.
All the above mentioned offers can also be availed when purchasing the OnePlus 6T at OnePlus.in, OnePlus exclusive offline stores, Croma and Reliance Digital stress across India.
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