OnePlus One to be delivered within 60 minutes to buyers in Bengaluru, or its free

By October 8th, 2015 AT 9:43 PM

OnePlus is trying to attract more buyers and a way to fend off competition from brands like Xiaomi and Motorola by rolling out new offers every now and then. Today, the company has announced that it is offering a unique promotion where it will deliver the OnePlus One to its buyers within 60 minutes of ordering the device, and if the device isn’t delivered on time, the company will give away the device for free. However, there’s a catch here; this promotional offer will only be available for three days – October 8, 9, and 10 – and will be applicable only to buyers from Bengaluru.

OnePlus One

Can you ever imagine receiving a smartphone in about the same time as you order a pizza? At OnePlus, we think it’s possible. At OnePlus we always look to challenge the status quo and wow our fans by making the user experience even better. Therefore we are daring ourselves this time to deliver the original flagship – The OnePlus One – to our fans in Bengaluru who wish to own the phone, within the guaranteed 60 minutes or give it away for free.

– Vikas Agarwal, General Manager – India, OnePlus

To rollout this offer, OnePlus has partnered with Blowhorn, a Bengaluru-based intra-city logistics firm, to fulfil the 60-minute delivery claim. The 60-minute countdown will start once Blowhorn accepts the order from the buyer. To claim this promotional offer, a buyer needs to download and install Blowhorn app from Google Play Store, and place the order for a OnePlus One device. The company is running this promotion as a pilot for three days in Bengaluru, and has plans to rollout this offer in other cities in the near future.

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Computer science engineer turned technology blogger. Following consumer electronics industry closely from 2006, he can now predict pretty much where the market is heading. He has a dream to own Android, Windows Phone and iOS smartphones all at the same time.

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