Updated: March 30, 2021 9:27:24 am
OnePlus, the premium global technology brand is now offering its Red Cable Club members an exciting upgrade offer for Red Cable Pro plans. Red Cable Club members can now avail a cloud storage of 1TB with Red Cable Life plan and 120GB with Red Cable Care plan, a huge increment from the 50GB cloud storage being offered earlier.
The new cloud storage benefits have been valid from 23rd March onwards, and all OnePlus Red Cable Club members can avail this benefit on their device settings. Additionally, OnePlus 9 Pro users who activate Red Cable Life plan by 30th April will earn an additional 5TB cloud storage capacity for one year, making it a total of 6TB massive cloud storage capacity.
Furthermore, members from all Red Cable Club membership tiers will have the valuable opportunity to purchase the all new OnePlus 9 Pro via the Red Cable First Sale on 31st March 2021. The Red Cable First Sale begins tomorrow at 8am on OnePlus.in & OnePlus Store app. Additionally, members can avail the following bank offers for the same:
• SBI card holders can avail a discount of up to INR4000 on credit cards and EMI transactions
• American Express® Card holders would receive up to 10% cashback on select cards
Similarly, at OnePlus Experience Stores, RCC members can avail the following benefits:
• Red Cable Care plan to be available for INR 499 (otherwise sold at INR 1499) on purchase on OnePlus 9 Pro
• SBI cards holders would receive INR 4000 discount with SBI credit cards and EMI transactions
The Red Cable Club was first announced in December 2019 to bring together the community. Since its inception, this platform has witnessed a highly positive response from its five million-strong India community.
To know more about the offers and to sign up, users can visit OnePlus.in.
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