Tomorrow is another OnePlus open sale

oneplus open sale

For those of you haven’t had a chance to buy the OnePlus One yet, tomorrow will be another open sale.

OnePlus have been opening up availability for the OnePlus One to make it easier to buy the flagship smartphone. For the past few Tuesdays the OPO has been available for open sale, meaning no invite.

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Tomorrow, 17th Feb, is the next date you can shop for the OnePlus One. The Open sale begins at 8:00GMT and last for a full 24 hours, both versions of the OnePlus One will be available during the sales.

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  1. Miko
    February 16, 2015

    Sooner or later I think they will just leave it open, especially when we get close to their next 1+1 two.

  2. MaxPower
    February 16, 2015

    It would be interesting to know how many they are selling during these days

  3. Don Rogers
    February 17, 2015

    Not for me my Jiayu S3 is on its way.

  4. Lokazan
    February 17, 2015

    Who cares?
    I mean, this senseless buying embargo could have been understandable during the launching
    phase on the device (because of the scarcity of the product). Now it seems a pitiful attempt to create zero-cost fuzz.

    They should realize that the exclusivity and ‘Wow’ factors on this phone are long gone. Customers are not junkies to whom 1+ can decide when it is time for they to have their shoot. They can indeed put an embargo, but not to complain afterwards when customers go with their bucks elsewhere less picky

    Even if they thought so, on the long term, the ones really deciding here are when and what to buy or not are the ones that are holding the dough.

    You can easy guess what I care about this kind of company’s products and where they can stuck themselves their whole stock up…