OnePlus on Monday announced the buyback programme for OnePlus 5T. This, in simple words means that you can now exchange your old phone to buy the new OnePlus 5T at a discounted price. Apart from OnePlus 5T, the company is also offering the buyback programme on OnePlus 5 as well. It is noteworthy that the exchange facility — as of now is available only on select smartphones and cities, so before ordering the phone you should check if you are eligible to available OnePlus’ buyback program.

OnePlus 5T — the latest flagship phone by the company was launched in India in two variants. One with the 6GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage which is available at a price tag of Rs 32,999, while the second variant with 8GB RAM paired with 128GB storage costs around Rs 37,999. With the buyback program available on the phone, consumers will now be able to get the OnePlus 5T as a much-discounted price. However, the discount depends on the smartphone that you are exchanging with.

For example, on exchanging the OnePlus 5T with an Apple iPhone 7 32GB will get you up to Rs 27,300 exchange value. Meanwhile, if you are looking out to exchange your OnePlus 5 to get 5T you can get up to Rs 20,700 exchange value on the 32GB model while up to Rs 23,100 for the 128GB variant.

To start with, the Buyback Services are provided by Manak Waste Management Pvt Ltd. (Cashify). OnePlus notes that the buyback service can only be availed after new smartphone order has been placed on The company further notes that “OnePlus is not responsible for, and expressly disclaims all liability for, damages of any kind arising out of use, reference to, or reliance on any information.”

The exchange facility will vary based on the smartphone that you are exchanging the OnePlus 5T with. The offer – as mentioned — is available only on select smartphones and pin codes. You can exchange smartphones from brands such as — Apple, Asus, BlackBerry, Gionee, Google, HTC, Huawei, Intex, Karbonn, Lenovo, LeEco, LG, Xiaomi, Micromax, Motorola, Panasonic, Sony, Samsung, Vivo, Xolo, and Oppo.



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