OnePlus One prices down (starting $249) permanently, plus free Dropbox Pro subscription

One Plus

If you’re looking for a decently powerful phone that wouldn’t burn a hole in your pocket, the OnePlus One is quite a deal now. It wouldn’t be unfair to say that the One would still be a very good phone for US$299, but at the current reduced price, it makes a lot of other Chinese phones obsolete.

OnePlus had announced a price cut for the One last week, wherein the phone would cost just US$249 but for a limited time. It turns out that the starting price of US$249 will now be permanent, making the phone a very lucrative package.

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Making the deal sweeter is a year’s worth of subscription of Dropbox Pro, which means you get an additional 1TB of cloud storage for when the non-expandable storage of the OnePlus One doesn’t suffice. However, this will go only with the 64GB model of the OnePlus One, which will still cost US$349. The offer starts June 10th and will be offered only to buyers from the US, Canada and EU.



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  1. David Košič
    June 9, 2015

    This is only speculation but I think that ever since oneplus and cyanogen had their falling out, the demand for the phone might have taper out.

    • Adam Irvine
      June 9, 2015

      I think you’re right

  2. David
    June 9, 2015

    Without CM they need strog support with mokee or similar open source mod if they want to stay on top.

  3. David
    June 9, 2015

    They shouo put europe prices to eur-usd ratio or reduce it because they raised them for €50

  4. SmestarZ
    June 11, 2015 still shows the old price