OnePlus opens pre-bookings for the upcoming OnePlus 6T on

OnePlus 6 Avengers Edition

OnePlus, the leading premium smartphone maker today announced that customers can reserve the OnePlus 6T ahead of its India launch with added benefits and be among the first globally to purchase OnePlus’ latest flagship on the first day of sale. Pre-bookings open starting 12 noon on 9th October 2018 on, Croma outlets and OnePlus exclusive offline stores. The OnePlus 6T, by far, is one of the most anticipated flagship smartphones of the year. It launches in India on 30th October in New Delhi at Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium.

Ahead of the festival season, customers can buy an e-Gift Card worth INR 1,000 that can be redeemed to buy the OnePlus 6T, when the device goes live for open sale on 2nd November, 2018. Pre-Book customers will receive a pair of OnePlus’ all-new Type-C Bullets earphones, worth INR 1490 along with an additional INR 500 in the form of Amazon Pay Balance on completion of the purchase of the OnePlus 6T.

OnePlus fans can be among the first few, globally, to own the OnePlus 6T by following the below steps on

  1. Purchase the INR 1,000 OnePlus 6T e-Gift Card on starting 12 pm on 9 October, 2018 from
  2. Redeem the Gift Card on for the purchase of the OnePlus 6T from 2 November 2018 to get an additional cashback of INR 500 in the form of Amazon Pay balance, effectively giving the pre-booked OnePlus 6T customers a value of INR 1,500 with the purchase of an INR 1,000 Gift Card.
  3. In addition, these buyers will also receive a pair of OnePlus’ all-new Type-C bullets earphones on purchase of the OnePlus 6T.

The new OnePlus 6T is the company’s first device to come with the futuristic Screen Unlock technology with a bigger 3700 mAh battery, accompanied by OnePlus’ popular fast charging technology.

To pre-book the OnePlus 6T on, click here.

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