OnePlus enter Indonesia

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OnePlus are setting up shop in Indonesia in partnership with the countries largest E-commerce platform Lazada.

For most of us around the world the only way to officially get your hands on the OnePlus One is through the OnePlus store during one of their sales or promotions. For fans in India and now Indonesia though the OnePlus One can be bought through other channels.

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In their latest bid to expand, OnePlus have teamed up with E-commerce site Lazada to offer the flagship phone and accessories. The first batch of phones available through the site will be the 64GB Sandstone version which will cost Rp 4,499,000 ($360).

Users buying the OPO through Lazada in Indonesia will not need an invite to buy.

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  1. Ivan Kolev
    January 23, 2015

    Credit to lazada who bring this awesome phone to oneplus fans in Indonesia. Indonesia smartphone penetration is still low at 250 million people, but it growing rapidly. If we look at that, thats a huge potential market for sure. A lot of International Firms predict, this market will be fourth largest market in the world. Thats why a numbers of brand started to entering this market. List china brands who have entered officially i.e xiaomi, vivo, oppo, and now oneplus. Even oppo has started building a plant there.

  2. Argus
    January 24, 2015

    The very first appearance of OnePlus One on Lazada was in mid-2014, for Filipino customers. Available models there are 16GB with white cover and 64GB black and white ones, all tagged as imports and with 4G LTE, and sold with prices higher than the normal ones.

    Also I found through a quick search a 64GB black OPO with ColorOS on Lazada Singapore. Its listing first appeared on the website last August 2014.

    (There is near-total blackout on major Android phone news sites but not local ones on the topic of OPO being on sale in Lazada Philippines earlier than Indonesia.)