Just one day after the OnePlus 6 was announced, O2 has started advertising that the device is now available for pre-order. The mobile carrier is allowing customers to either pay monthly for the device or buy it outright with the latter option costing £499.99 for the 64GB model and £547.99 for the 128GB model. Customers also have the option to add several accessories to their order.
As for the pay monthly contracts, O2 recommends the 30GB data + unlimited calls and texts option which will cost £9.99 upfront and then £50 per month for 24 months (for the 64GB variant). Contracts vary between paying £37 and £56 per month, and upfront costs ranging from £9.99 to £89.99.
O2 is offering Midnight Black and Mirror Black colour variants and the ability to upgrade to 128GB storage. Obviously, if you do opt for the 128GB version, you’ll be paying slightly more for your contract, but the recommended tariff only increases by £2 per month.
The OnePlus 6 is expected to be released on May 22, however, if you pre-order from O2 you’ll be lucky enough to receive it a day before on May 21.