OnePlus offering exchange program on purchase of new device

OnePlus has launched a new buyback scheme for fans looking to get their hands on one of the company’s latest devices. In a tie-up with ReGlobe, OnePlus will buy back your old smartphone in case of a purchase.

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Basically, if you’re planning to buy a OnePlus One, 2, or X, you can sign up for this offer and save some cash. You can register for the program here, and mention which device you want to exchange. Remember, the offer is valid for both Android and iOS devices, but it seems to be limited to phones and tablets above Rs 10,000. Not sure whether you qualify for the program? You can search for models supported by the program on the ReGlobe page here.

Once you’ve registered for the program, you’ll receive an email with the “best quote’ for your current smartphone. If you accept the buyback price, ReGlobe will contact you,and yo will be asked to select one of the two available exchange schemes: “Buy First, Sell Later” OR “Sell First, Buy Next Option”. Depending on which option you choose, you’ll either get an invite to buy the OnePlus device you want first, followed by which ReGlobe will set up a pickup date for your old phone and present you with an Amazon gift card for the amount quoted (or cash, as per your preference), or in the reverse order.

And if the buyback price on your old phone is Rs 5,000 or more, you’re eligible to get free insurance, though only for the new OnePlus 2 or OnePlus X.. And remember, the invite you get on buyback has an expiry date just like the others. Fail to buy a OnePlus device in that time and your chance is gone for good. The buyback scheme is currently available in Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Secunderabad, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow and Ahmedabad.

The buyback program will only be running till December 31, 2015. Now’s your chance boys and girls, get going!

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