OnePlus Announced Offline Partnership with Redington India
News Desk, News Nation 360 : OnePlus, leading global tech brand announced its partnership with Redington (India) Limited, renowned Global IT & Mobility distributor. In line with its retail expansion plans, OnePlus is growing its offline presence across several regions in India. With the much-anticipated partnership, customers can now experience and buy the latest OnePlus smartphone devices across many
more offline stores throughout the nation. Speaking on the partnership, Ramesh Natarajan, JCOO, Redington (India) Limited mentioned that India has overtaken the United States to emerge as the second-largest market for smartphones and it is no doubt that the market is brimming with opportunity. Their distribution expertise, in a complex and diverse market like India, provides necessary ammunition to lend further creation of value to a fast-growing brand like OnePlus. Redington (India) Limited, is delighted in partnering with OnePlus for distribution of OnePlus Mobility range of products. With their distribution expertise and OnePlus brand recall, they aim to strengthen the offline presence for OnePlus in the best possible manner, resulting in OnePlus becoming a mainstream product for the masses. With its massive distribution presence spanning across thousands of cities and towns all over India, Redington (India) Limited. stands among the most popular IT & Mobility distributors in India. In line with sealing its partnership with OnePlus, the public listed company already serves as a key distribution partner to other premium tech brands such as Apple and Google for India market. The new partnership plan with Redington (India) Limited is in line with the company’s increased focus on expanding its offline footprint across India. With the global tech brand leading the premium Indian smartphone market, it is now looking forward to operating 100 new OnePlus Experience Stores across top 50 cities by the year 2020, with special focus on tier 2 cities as well. OnePlus is already present in over 2000 offline retail stores, including partner stores as well, across several regions in India.
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Report : Anustup Kundu