All the same, there's no reason you shouldn't try to get a good OnePlus 6T deal if you can.
USA buyers can now jump in with T-Mobile, the first carrier in the States to include OnePlus within its 24.17-per-month plan for two years.
Although the price has seen a small bump when compared with its predecessors, the OnePlus 6T still remains competitively priced.
The Oneplus 6T comes with a 6.41-inch Display with 19.5:9 aspect ratio and has an in-display fingerprint sensor. It's easy to use, you just press your finger onto the screen and it magically unlocks in less than a second. However, many will lament the loss of the headphone jack with the 6T. The full whack of 256GB of storage and 8GB RAM will set users back $629, directly from the official website.
According to the information released, T-Mobile versions of the phone will be carrier and bootloader locked as expected, but a mechanism for their unlocking is described.
T-Mobile's OnePlus 6T is the shiny "Mirror Black" phone with 128GB of storage and 8GB of RAM for $580.
This will be the first time that OnePlus will bring this colour to any of its smartphones. The eligible trade-in devices include the Google Pixel XL and newer, the iPhone 6 and newer, the LG G6 or V20 and newer, the Moto Z2 Force, the Nexus 6, the Samsung Galaxy S6 or Note 5 and newer, and every single previous OnePlus phone. In all likelihood it'll nearly certainly be behind that of the Global (unlocked) version of the phone every time OnePlus has an update. For tinkerers, the T-Mobile variant is even less desirable.
It's also the first time a OnePlus device will be compatible with the Verizon network, although they will not be directly selling the phone through their stores. The phone can also be paid off early even if you elect to use the payment plan for the $300-off promo, and bill credits will continue to be received.