After Bengaluru, Mumbai and Kolkata, India’s largest premium smartphone brand OnePlus have announced the launch of their offline store in Pune and Ahmedabad.
These would be Pune and Ahmedabad’s first offline outlets from OnePlus.
OnePlus has now some solid plans for offline expansion, as they plan to launch 10 more retail outlets in the country, very soon.
Keep reading to know more!
Pune, Ahmedabad To Get 1st Offline Stores From OnePlus
Maharashtra’s 2nd largest city and India’s 9th most populous city: Pune, along with Gujarat’s capital: Ahmedabad now has an offline retail outlet from OnePlus.
In Pune, the outlet has been launched at Phoenix Market City, Pune, which will be opened for the public on 11th August.
In Ahmedabad, OnePlus has launched their retail outlet at 100 Feet Road, Prahladnagar, Ahmedabad, which will be also opened for the public on 11th August.
Speaking about the launch of retail outlets in Pune and Ahmedabad, Vikas Agarwal, GM at OnePlus India, said, “Following their positive response to the existing experience and authorized stores, we have decided to increase the number of offline touchpoints in the country.”
OnePlus considers India as an important and crucial market, as they generate 30% of their revenues from this country.
Right now, OnePlus is India’s #1 premium smartphone brand (Rs 30,000+), as it beat Apple and Samsung this month, in terms of the number of units shipped.
OnePlus’ Offline Expansion Plans: Massive!
OnePlus has some massive plans regarding offline expansion in the country.
As per information received, they are planning to launch 10 more outlets in the country, to make their brand present everywhere.
Last year in January, OnePlus launched their firstOnePlus Experience Store in Bengaluru, which received a tremendous response.
This month, they launched another offline store in Bengaluru and their 2nd outlet in Mumbai. Same time, Kolkata got its first OnePlus outlet as well.
After Pune and Ahmedabad, OnePlus will have a total of 7 offline outlets in the country: 2 each in Mumbai and Bengaluru and 1 in Kolkata, Pune and Ahmedabad.
OnePlus, which is growing at a mindblowing rate of 284% per year in India, will also open a Research and Development Center in India.
We have already mentioned how OnePlus’ dedicated focus on offline expansion has helped them to beat the competition, and grab 40% market share in the premium smartphone market in India.
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