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OnePlus 2 permanently discounted- anyone who bought one recently to get retroactive discounts

OnePlus has been attempting to redress itself for a few months now, trying to please its users with updates, hot fixes and price reductions for its devices. The latest move in attempting to appease customers is to drop the price of OnePlus 2. The ordering and shipping difficulties that customers complained about in the past are now being taken care of (with the drop of the invite system) and orders above $100 will ship for free.

 

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OnePlus 2 will drop $40 from its price, going down to $349 permanently. The smartphone launched in July and it came in two different configurations: a 16GB storage version with 3GB of RAM and a 64GB version with 4GB of RAM. The rest of the specs are comprised of a Snapdragon 810 processor with a 5.5” 1080p display, 13MP camera, fingerprint sensor and a 3300 mAh battery. The 16GB version is out of stock at the moment, but the 64GB version used to cost $389 until today. Keep in mind that OnePlus’ flagship does not have NFC, fast charging or wireless charging, if that makes any difference.

 

Anyone who bought a OnePlus 2 in the last 15 days will also get the retroactive $40 discount, which is a great and unexpected deal that will not make them feel somehow cheated.

 

Source: OnePlus

 

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OnePlus 2 goes invite-free forever this week!

Want a OnePlus 2 device but are annoyed by the invite system? The company has decided to drop its invite system forever (at least when it comes to this device) and you get a bonus offer of buying a OnePlus X device without an invite between December 5th and December 7th.

 

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Just in case you don’t get the chance of ordering one of the X devices – which sells for $249 – you will be able to get an iPhone case soon, but that will need an invitation.

 

You have to hurry up though, because if you want your OnePlus 2 to arrive before Christmas you have to place your order by December 7th.

 

OnePlus 2 spec list:

 

  • 5.5-inch LTPS IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen (1080 x 1920p) with Corning Gorilla Glass 4
  • qualcomm Snapdragon 810 octacore processor with Adreno 430 GPU
  • 3/ 4 GB RAM
  • 16/64 GB storage
  • 13MP primary camera plus 5MP front camera
  • Android 5.1 with Oxigen 2.1.2 UI
  • Bluetooth 4.1
  • USP Type C
  • fingerprint scanner
  • 3300 mAh battery.

 

This is not all! Here are all the discounts you can get during December 5th-7th:

 

  • OnePlus 2 StyleSwap Covers are 50% off

  • Select OnePlus One accessories are 90% off

  • All other accessories are 10% off

  • As a special holiday gift, a limited number of first orders will receive an exclusive Never Settle mousepad!

 

If you like this new phone or are curious of how things go on a cheaper device with basically the same specs as a flagship, go to the source link below and get your own on December 5th.

 

Source: OnePlus forum

 

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T Mobile compromises on prices and gives discount family plan with 10 GB LTE data for $100 starting July 30th

T Mobile is working on giving its customers more affordable Family Plans and it discounted it by providing 10 GB of LTE data every month for $100 starting today! The move comes as a compromise T Mobile is willing to make in order to win AT&T’s and other carriers’ customers with cheaper family plans.

Starting July 30th and until September, customers consisting of families of four for example get around 10GB of data per month for only $100. New customers will get these prices until around 2016. Until now, T Mobile offered 1GB of data at this price for each line but now it is bumped to 2.5 GB of LTE data for each of the four lines, making the discount at around $30 a month.

Customers can bring their own device and not sing a new contract in order to reduce the monthly fees and these rates can be increased if customers decide to pay their subsidized devices faster. The upside is that you get the same T Mobile services for much less than usual, even if the carrier’s coverage in less populated areas is much below the competition. Either way, if you decide to go with the new offer, make sure to calculate all your costs before signing the contract!

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