Last month O2 became the first UK operator to directly sell the OnePlus 3. That deal seems to have worked out well for the two companies, since they're doing the whole cooperation thing once again for the OnePlus 3T, which became official yesterday.
O2 will be the exclusive operator partner for the OnePlus 3T in the UK. It will have the phone in stock on its European release date of November 28. Pre-orders are set to start tomorrow.
You can buy the handset outright, thus having to shell out £417.99 for the 64GB version or £456 for the 128GB model. Or you can pick an O2 Refresh tariff and pay little or nothing upfront. For the 64GB OnePlus 3T you can get a £31 per month plan with 500 minutes, unlimited texts, and 500MB of data. Or pay £42 per month for unlimited minutes and texts and 5GB of data. In both cases, there's also an upfront cost of £9.99 for the device.
If you fancy more storage, the 128GB OnePlus 3T can be yours for free if you pick the £33 per month plan with 500 minutes, unlimited texts, and 500MB of data, or the £44 per month option with unlimited minutes and texts and 5GB of data.
currently using the s7 edge but dropped it and cracked the bottom left corner makes me want to go for a build design such as this with the glass and metal combo. It would be either this or the Pixel XL the IPhone 7 was in with the debate but I want a...
The One plus 3 on the other hand was under-priced because of brexit, so they might be trying to make up for it. Plus the currency is still volatile so they're probably hedging the risk, since it might drop further.
Too expensive compared to the initial price of £309. Upgrades where not necessary except the battery, which should've been bigger at first place.