The OnePlus 6T is now available; starting at $549

A few days ago, OnePlus announced its new 6T handset, its first device to be sold in collaboration with a wireless carrier in the United States. The phone offers elegant styling and is also priced to entice, starting at just $549. Although it was short, the wait is finally over, with purchasing options being available directly from the OnePlus website or T-Mobile.

The OnePlus website will offer the most variety, having three different models to choose from. The base model which comes in a Mirror Black finish and has 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage will cost $549. The next step up, the 8GB RAM model with 128GB internal storage will cost $579 and will be available in Mirror Black or Midnight Black. The Mirror Black model of this version will also be available for purchase from T-Mobile stores and its website for the same price. The top tier model with 8GB RAM and 256GB of storage will only be available from the OnePlus website and will come in Midnight Black, costing $629.

One thing to remember is that the phones from OnePlus will be unlocked, while the ones from T-Mobile will be locked to the carrier's network. But, those that will be purchasing it from T-Mobile will be able to take advantage of a sweet trade-in deal that will get them a $300 credit. In order to be eligible for the promotion, you will have to trade in one of the phones from the list below in working order and also qualify for the monthly device payment plan.

  • Google Pixel: XL, 2, 2XL
  • iPhone: 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus.
  • LG: V30, V30+, V20, G7, G6
  • Motorola: Z2 Force
  • Nexus 6
  • One Plus: 6, 5T, 5, 3, 3T, X, 2, 1
  • Samsung: GS8, GS8+, GS7, GS7+, GS6, GS6+, Note8, Note5

If interested, be sure to check out the links below where you can start the process of making your purchase.

Source: OnePlus, T-Mobile

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