Global pre-orders for the OnePlus 10 Pro started at the end of March and sales scheduled for April 5 in India, April 8 in Europe and today in the US. The 10 Pro can be purchased from several places, and here are their arguments for why you should go with them.
Let’s start with responsibility OnePlus Store. Price is set at $900 for the 8/128GB unit (no other memory options), unlocked. You can cut the price to almost nothing by trading in an older device, for example, you can get up to $850 for an iPhone 13 Pro Max. You might be better off sending in an old OnePlus phone as the company will add a $100 credit for its own stuff. By the way, you can also replace an old tablet or smartwatch. You should also be able to get a free pair of OnePlus Buds Z2.
OnePlus 10 Pro is now available in the US, OnePlus.com offers a discount with bargain
T-Mobile It is the official carrier partner. You can get the OnePlus 10 Pro “for free” — well, you’re still paying $900, but you’re split into monthly installments of $37.50. These premiums can be reduced (or even eliminated) by trading in an old device. Note that this is only available if you have or have obtained a Magenta MAX plan. For other packages, 50% of the phone price is deferred in monthly installments.
T-Mobile Deal for OnePlus 10 Pro
Amazon The phone will sell you full price, but it will give you the Echo Show 8, which is currently discounted to $125.
OnePlus is also available on: Amazon • Best Buy
best buy It keeps it simpler – buy the phone for $900, get a $100 gift card. This can cover half of your annual Totaltech subscription or most of the occasional two-year, $170 Geek Squad Protection subscription.
Don’t miss our OnePlus 10 Pro review for an in-depth look at the company’s latest releases.
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