OnePlus Pay, Cloud Storage and Care – Digital World Begins with OnePlus

At the launch event of OnePlus 7T, OnePlus Global Head of Software Product Growth Szymon Kopec took to the stage to announce OnePlus Pay, Oneplus Cloud Storage and OnePlus Care. Which is like out side the box for everyone coz no one has expected anything like this. OnePlus is working on its services and has ensured that the features will be rolled out soon, probably by next year.

OnePlus Pay

After Samsung and Apple, OnePlus is the next company to introduce the mobile payment service. Now, speculations about the OnePlus Pay being an alternative to Google Pay or other UPI-based services are high. However, Szymon Kopec did say that OnePlus Pay will be unlike anything that the Indian market has seen so far. Hence, chances are that OnePlus could pull off something like Samsung Pay, which uses a special MST chip to carry out debit card transaction right from the phone. Or, OnePlus Pay could rely on the NFC chip for payments.

Whatever it is, we might get to see it when OnePlus launches the next generation OnePlus 8 series phones sometime next year. However, OnePlus Pay isn’t the only new feature coming to Oxygen OS. A couple of new features were announced and the primary one that will benefit OnePlus users is going to be OnePlus Cloud Services.

OnePlus Care

OnePlus Care
OnePlus Care

Along with the OnePlus Pay, OnePlus care is also coming out in the market for all the OnePlus smartphone in the market. OnePlus has listed some of its features like –

  1. Extended warranty
  2. 50% off on battery replacement
  3. Buy back offers

And now its officially launched in India, so you can know more about its plan for various devices CLICK HERE

OnePlus Cloud Storage

OnePlus has also launched its cloud-based storage system for OnePlus users. The service will be available for OnePlus 7T users (free 55 GB cloud storage) and will reach out to the OnePlus 7 series with the Android 10 update. OnePlus Cloud will require users to login with their OnePlus Account ID and access online storage on OnePlus servers.

With OnePlus Cloud, users will be able to create device backups similar to how it happens with Google Drive. Users can store photos and videos from the OnePlus Gallery app. However, OnePlus will only offer 5GB cloud space as standard and as an introductory offer, users will get an additional 50GB data for the first year.

OnePlus Cloud Storage
OnePlus Cloud Storage

If users want more cloud storage, they will have to pay subscription charges. At the moment, OnePlus has following paid subscription plans for extra storage space on OnePlus Cloud:

50GB upgrade plan for

1 month = Rs 75

3 months = Rs 225

6 months = Rs 450

12 months = Rs 900

120GB upgrade plan for

1 month = Rs 140

3 months = Rs 420

6 months = Rs 840

12 months = Rs 1,680

1TB upgrade plan for

1 month = Rs 560

3 months = Rs 1,680

6 months = Rs 3,360

12 months = Rs 6,720

In order to access the data from the OnePlus Cloud on a computer, users will have to head over to and login with their OnePlus Account credentials to access the data.

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Yash Sharma

Blogger | Engineer | Tech Freak

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