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[UPDATED] New financing options for orders over $99

  1. Judgedhook
    Gingerbread Mar 7, 2016


    #41
  2. shadowX159
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 7, 2016

    shadowX159 , Mar 7, 2016 :
    Wow, I come back to see what's up with OnePlus and finding out they've gone more downhill from their original mission. I thought whole point was to create an affordable flagship phone. They were ripping out and breaking standard stuff like NFC and a borked USB Type-C and adding stupid gimmicks like the alert slider but not a microSD slot... and now they're doing installment payments with interest? If they at least noted that interest will be involved, it wouldn't feel like such a scam.

    Makes me not want me to sell my OnePlus One so I can at least remember a time when they were cool and legit. And people saying it's "a small startup company" can't really use that excuse anymore. It's been 2 years now, it's going to need to take up the big man pants or at least stop screwing up. I really hope they resolve whatever issues they have and make a good and proper OnePlus 3.
     

    #42
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  3. techygeek
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 7, 2016


    #43
  4. bonnygeorgea
    Honeycomb Mar 7, 2016


    #44
  5. Purple_Haze
    Cupcake Mar 7, 2016

    Purple_Haze , Mar 7, 2016 :
    I was about to purchase and then saw this is only available in the US. Should make a plan to start this in the UK too.
     

    #45
  6. uglydewey
    Cupcake Mar 7, 2016

    uglydewey , Mar 7, 2016 :
    Will this be available for Canada in the near future or with the poor CAD exchange it won't be an option?
     

    #46
    U1569191033336 likes this.
  7. mickcost
    Honeycomb Mar 7, 2016


    #47
  8. Varun Varma
    Honeycomb Mar 7, 2016

    Varun Varma , Mar 7, 2016 :
    @Carl What's the policy if you can't make the payment on time? I ask this because a lot of people will be using installments because they don't have the money to buy the phone outright and people's financial situation can change very quickly.
     

    #48
  9. Pinar
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 7, 2016

    Pinar , Mar 7, 2016 :
    not necessary...
     

    #49
  10. doekus
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 7, 2016

    doekus , Mar 7, 2016 :
    @oneplusteam can you tell us if this is going possible in Europe to?
     

    #50
  11. milkdude
    KitKat Mar 7, 2016

    milkdude , Mar 7, 2016 :
    Nice option for those that are lacking funds, but would like a phone.
    I understand the interest, but as others have said, you should have mentioned that in the starting post.
    Does anyone qualify , or is there a credit check Via PayPal ?
     

    #51
    sumii0626 likes this.
  12. Sub-Negro
    Honeycomb Mar 7, 2016

    Sub-Negro , Mar 7, 2016 :
    Uhm are people in the US this poor to pay for these not that expensive phones?
     

    #52
  13. kk22
    Gingerbread Mar 7, 2016


    #53
  14. chinosoria
    Eclair Mar 8, 2016


    #54
  15. LAP87
    Cupcake Mar 8, 2016


    #55
  16. Hawaiian player
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 8, 2016

    Hawaiian player , Mar 8, 2016 :
    Not thanks. $22.6 x 18 Months = $406.80
     

    #56
  17. Hawaiian player
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 8, 2016

    Hawaiian player , Mar 8, 2016 :
    Agree. Sales must be bad need cash flow
     

    #57
  18. Carl
    Co-founder Staff Member Mar 8, 2016

    Carl , Mar 8, 2016 :
    It's quite clearly communicated on the purchase page.

    We're using PayPal Credit which is at a 19.99% APR. This is on the high side, and we're open to suggestions that can give our customers a better rate. :)
     

    #58
    nightfly likes this.
  19. agophone
    Cupcake Mar 8, 2016


    #59
  20. obakesan
    Jelly Bean Mar 8, 2016

    obakesan , Mar 8, 2016 :
    This is an interesting idea, but doesn't this make the phone more expensive over time and you are then locked in to paying like a contract with carrier. The 1+3 will drop in the summer supposedly so why lock yourself into an older phone.
     

    #60