OnePlus assures full warranty to existing OnePlus One users in India

By November 17th, 2014 AT 4:27 PM

OnePlus has declared that it will be providing complete warranty cover to all the existing OnePlus One users in India. OnePlus, India Head, Vikas Agarwal, announced on the OnePlus Forum, where he said that Indian users who have purchased the international variant of OnePlus One, can now enjoy the full warranty cover in India.

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However, point to be noted is that, only the global model of the OnePlus One will receive the complete warranty cover and not the Chinese model. The move to provide its Indian users with warranty, is an obvious hint that the makers will soon officially start selling the flagship smartphone in the Indian market. As of now, the OnePlus One is slated to reach the Indian shores by end of this year.

Vikas Agarwal thanked the Indian consumers on the company forum. He said, “The ardent support of our fans in India has played a big role in enabling us to prepare for India so quickly. Your belief in our product, our mission and the brand has been integral to the growth of OnePlus”, said Agarwal.

In October, OnePlus also unleashed that OnePlus One will be sold in India only via selected invites in the country and not through a pre-order system. Meanwhile, the second round of pre-orders for the OnePlus One was scheduled for today at 3:00 pm IST.

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Sudhakar
Sudhakar

There is nothing to be surprised. The case of Samsung : We can buy international warranty at nominal price only when buying the Samsung handsets in Kuwait. Note that you must buy Indian equivalent handsets (note 2 N7100, samsung S7562 or 7582, galaxy S3 neo etc) abroad if you want to get it servcied here because if you buy Samsung note 3 N9005 (Samsung S5 non Indian variant, note 2 CDMA, note 4 non Indian variant etc) in Kuwait, they may not service it in India since that handset is not sold here since it does not support 2300 MHz… Read more »

Sugu
Sugu

Here in Kerala, (before the second round of ICRA) my mom’s Vodafone (now BSNL) was always on Idea’s 3G network even without a 2G/3G pack… All idea users can access 3G without an internet pack too.. airtel only allows users with 3G on idea.. my friend activated Rs.250 1GB 3G 28days and he was only able to access idea after 2days -_- .. one of the numerous reasons why i don’t like AVoId… last day I borrowed my friends Idea SIM to take an internet plan .. when I reached the bus stop, I called him ‘Come here’ . I… Read more »

DUANE
DUANE

@ SUGU – your post has NOTHING to do with the One Plus One.

Rama
Rama

One Plus post has nothing to do with telecom but still it can come on Telecom Talk whereas if some guy makes a genuine telecom related comment on a tech post at Telecom Talk,it irks you.

Sudhakar
Sudhakar

Please mention off topic in the beginning.

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