OnePlus 2 owners in India can now purchase two extended service plans

If you're a OnePlus 2 owner in India, you now have two options to choose from when it comes to selecting an extended warranty plan directly from OnePlus. The first is called B2X Service, while the other is B2X Protect.  The former can be purchased anytime within the first 30 days after the purchase of a OnePlus 2, while the  latter must be purchased within seven days after a OnePlus 2 is bought. The warranty that comes with the device will cover your phone for one year from the date of purchase.

B2X Service will cost you the equivalent of $15 USD and extends the original manufacturer's warranty for another year. Anything that is covered in the original warranty, is covered under B2X Service.

B2X Protect costs a little more at the equivalent of $20 USD. This option expands the one-year warranty that comes with your OnePlus 2 so that you are covered against damage caused by liquids, accidents, and physical activities. This plan runs for one year.

After purchasing your One Plus 2, you will be given the option to sign up for either plan, or both. Once you decide to subscribe for extended coverage, you will receive an email asking for certain information about your phone in order to have it covered by the plan(s) you purchase. And just in case you own the OnePlus One, the bad news is that these new extended warranty plans are not available for the manufacturer's first handset.

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