OnePlus on Friday announced that it has extended the OnePlus 2 invite validity period to three days. The Chinese smartphone maker on Facebook posted "Quick update: You now have 3 days instead of 24 hours to claim your #OnePlus2 invite. Thanks for your feedback, we'll keep improving! "NeverSettle"
As mentioned in the post, the company until now gave users only 24 hours before their OnePlus 2 invites expired, and now, with the extension, it hopes to prevent users from missing the invite email, give them more time to decide whether to buy the handset or not.
The announcement comes days after OnePlus announced the extended warranty plans in India. The company last week said it is rolling out two smartphone coverage options in the form of B2X Service and B2X Protect for the OnePlus 2. While the B2X Service provides customers with manufacturer's warranty for the device for a full after the original warranty ends, the B2X Protect service covers accidental, physical, and liquid damage to the OnePlus 2 smartphone.
The firm also started sending India invites for India launch of OnePlus X aka OnePlus Mini. OnePlus previously confirmed another handset is due this year, besides the OnePlus 2 it launched in July, said to cater to a different type of audience, those who prefer design over specs, and also be more affordable.
The OnePlus X aka OnePlus Mini has been listed and leaked several times in the recent past. A recent online retailer listing carried a price tag of $249 (approximately Rs. 16,500), said to be for the international model.