OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple Sale Starts In India Today: Discounts And Cashback Offers


OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple sale in India starts on Amazon and OnePlus Store for the first time today. Here are some interesting discount and cashback offers.

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

When we saw OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple edition become official for the first time, we were excited to know when can we actually spend our hard-earned money on it and make it ours. That day is finally here. In what could be exciting news for OnePlus fans in India, OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple variant goes up on Amazon for the first time today. As is the case with every OnePlus device that we have seen so far, this one too will be available for grabs on Amazon and OnePlus Store, the company’s own e-commerce store.

If you are planning to get one for yourself or your loved ones, Amazon has certain discounts and cashback offers going on for interested customers. Those planning to buy OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple on Amazon can avail instant cashback benefits worth Rs 5,400 and up to 3GB of high-speed 4G data from Jio. Additionally, HDFC customers can avail Rs 1,500 instant discount on payments made using HDFC debit or credit cards.

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Furthermore, Amazon allows interested customers to pay only 6 per cent for any Kindle eBook and at the same time, get a discount up to Rs 500. Customers can also avail free accidental and liquid damage protection insurance worth Rs 2,000 upon opening a Kotak 811 account. Amazon offers No Cost EMI plans on Bajaj Finserv EMI cards, in addition to all major credit cards and select debit cards.

OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple starts at Rs 37,999 and goes available in two configurations: 6GB/128GB and 8GB/128GB. Powering the handset is Qualcomm’s top-of-the-line Snapdragon 845 chipset coupled with Adreno 630 GPU for graphics. Inside is a 3,700mAh battery with fast charging support. It sports 6.41 inches 1080p screen with the in-display fingerprint reader. It still houses 16MP+20MP dual rear cameras and 16MP selfie camera.

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