New Delhi: Keeping in mind the increasing cases of Coronavirus in India, the legendary smartphone manufacturer Oneplus and Realme India have decided to extend the warranty of their product. OnePlus has extended the warranty of its product till June 30, on the other hand, Realme India has announced to extend the warranty on all products till July 31. Earlier, Itel, Xiaomi and Oppo have extended the warranty of their device.
Oneplus extended warranty
According to OnePlus, the warranty on all products has been extended till June 30. The benefit of this warranty will be given to those users, whose warranty is going to expire from April 1 to June 29, 2021. The company has said that our service centres will remain closed till further orders of the central government. Delivery will be resumed with the service centre when the situation returns to normal.
Realme India extended warranty
According to Reality India, the warranty on all products has been extended till July 31. The benefit of this warranty will be given to those users, whose warranty is going to expire from April 1 to June 30. The company has requested people to always wear masks and be safe.
On Thursday, Itel had announced to extend the warranty on smartphones and feature phones to two months i.e. 60 days. Its benefit will be given to those mobile users, whose warranty of the device will expire from April 15 to June 15. To get the warranty extension, users have to register themselves by visiting the CarlCare mobile app before June 30.
For your information, let us know that Poco first extended the warranty of its smartphone for two months. According to the company, those users will get the benefit of Warranty Extend, whose smartphone warranty is going to expire in May and June 2021.