OnePlus has introduced its India General Manager, Vikas Agarwal, who apparently has studied from some of the best Engineering and Management Institutes in India and has worked in variety of roles spanning private equity and Technology industries.

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“I’m honored to introduce myself today: I’m Vikas Agarwal, the new General Manager of OnePlus India. It has been only a few weeks since officially signing on but already I know this will be one of the great accomplishments of my life.”

“I have managed large teams at major global corporations and also co-founded and bootstrapped my own e-commerce startup. My career thus far has allowed me to work on everything from finance to business development, customer support and even real-estate, experience I will be sure to draw upon as we build and grow a local Indian OnePlus operation.”

The announcement didn’t reveal any other important detail, apart from re-iterating that OnePlus One will sell in India via India specific invite system. Last time OnePlus revealed that it is trying to partner with an ecommerce giant in India to facilitate easy availability of OnePlus One. We expect to hear more on that next week.

“I will be personally involved in our user experience and easily accessible to all Indian fans. We want this community to be a family; we want to stay involved as possible and meet both online and off.”

In related news, OnePlus also confirmed that 64 GB OnePlus One variant will be priced under 25,000 INR in India

 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Mr. Vikas Agarwal it all very nice and good to see u on GTU, and i am looking forward to Buying a One+One Sand Stone as soon as it comes to India. But i think 1+1 should seriously think about having some more India specific mid level phones sooner than later, because in India Single Product companies have never really done well ! and we wish your BRAVE company to prosper here.PS. would have been good to see your photo on this article !!

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