Refurbished OnePlus One to go on sale for Rs 16,999 on May 20

By May 17th, 2015 AT 4:15 PM

OnePlus One is one of the most popular and sought after smartphones of today’s day and age. The smartphone went on sale without the invites about a month ago in the country and has been selling it good numbers ever since it got launched.

Refurbished OnePlus One

Overcart, a popular seller of unboxed and refurbished smartphones in India, has just announced that it will be conducting its first sale for the refurbished OnePlus One on May 20. The 64GB Sandstone Black variant of the OnePlus One will be made available for Rs 16,999 in the sale. This variant costs Rs 21,998 when new which means that the refurbished units will be cheaper by almost Rs 5,000.

The units that will go on sale might show some signs of usage but Overcart is claiming that it will sell the devices only after conducting an extensive quality test on them. The refurbished units will come with a warranty of six months which will be provided by Overcart. If you can look over the fact that someone else used the device before you, we believe the refurbished unit comes across as a decently priced value for money device.

You can register yourself for the sale here and head over to the page at 2pm on May 20 to purchase the OnePlus One.

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I don’t think refurbished electronic gadgets are good to buy. Many companies are manufacturing in India. But they are using cheaper electronics to reduce the cost.
If suppose, Apple will start manufacturing iPhone in India (after 2017). Then that iPhone will not perform like a iPhone manufactured in China or Korea. Made in India iPhone will heat up more, hang easily, and many other defects may come within few months of purchase.


Yes. One plus one is also one of the3rdclasscompany along with karbonn, lava, micromax etc.



Akhil Mohan
Akhil Mohan

I am absolutely sure that u havent used one plus. If u have used it u wouldnt have made that comment.


i have used oneplus myself for 15 days,after using it iam making this comment


I have used oneplus one and i dont like it because cm is not stable .i dont think people will buy it

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