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OnePlus launches Red Cable Club in Europe, teases upcoming earbuds

The program offers discounts on smartphones, the OnePlus Watch, and the OnePlus Buds Pro.

What you need to know

  • OnePlus has expanded its Red Cable Club loyalty program to Europe.
  • Members will get exclusive perks in December including discounts on various product categories.
  • The program will also give members early access to an upcoming audio product.

OnePlus has launched Red Cable Club in Europe, two years after introducing the membership program in India with a bunch of exclusive benefits including free cloud storage, extended warranty and more.

This time, the program is providing its European members with a slew of exclusive benefits that are not available in India. The benefits mainly consist of savings on various product segments, including a 2% discount on Android phones, 10% on the OnePlus Watch and OnePlus Buds Pro, and 20% on accessories.

The company is also offering free shipping to Red Cable Club Europe members. But what's interesting about OnePlus' announcement is the hint at an upcoming audio product, to which members will have early access in December.

OnePlus did not provide specifics about the upcoming product, but it could be a reference to the OnePlus Buds Z successor, known as the Buds Z2. The earbuds first appeared in China in October, alongside the OnePlus 9RT. It has active noise cancellation, Dolby Atmos support, and a battery life of up to 38 hours with the case.

There's no official timeline yet for the earbuds' global release, but OnePlus' hint suggests the product will be available in Europe in early December. Meanwhile, Red Cable Club members who want to get their hands on a OnePlus Watch Cobalt Limited Edition smartwatch can now do so while supplies last.

OnePlus Watch

$195 at Amazon

The OnePlus Watch has attractive hardware, adequate fitness tracking, and a long battery life. OnePlus is also fixing some software kinks to improve the experience.



Source: androidcentral

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