OnePlus starts offering installment plans in the U.S. for purchases over $99

OnePlus starts offering installment plans in the U.S. for purchases over $99
Starting today, OnePlus customers spending $99 or more at the company's online U.S. store, will be able to make installment payments on their purchase thanks to PayPal. For example, the OnePlus 2 can be bought by promising to make 18 monthly payments starting at $22.60 a month. The OnePlus X can be bought by making monthly payments of $16.12 for 18 months.

Unlike carrier based installment plans, the ones from OnePlus allow U.S. customers to quickly switch their wireless provider in the middle of the installment contract. And those wanting to pay off their remaining balance in one fell swoop can do so at anytime.

To purchase your new OnePlus phone using an installment plan, select PayPal Credit when checking out on the OnePlus website. A calculator function will allow you to compute your various payment options. Keep in mind that unlike most carrier installment plans, OnePlus is charging interest on the purchase.

Giving OnePlus buyers the option of paying in installments should give a boost to OnePlus sales. The 64GB OnePlus 2 retails for $349 and up, while the 16GB OnePlus X has a retail price of $249 and higher.

source: OnePlus

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1. TreyTreyTaylor

Posts: 728; Member since: Dec 21, 2010

I know that OP1 was a great phone. But they shot themselves in the foot with that OP2 ad campaign. I just can't trust them anymore. But then again, I can't be bothered with anything but a Note or Nexus these days....

3. dorianb

Posts: 617; Member since: Oct 24, 2012

I would of said add Moto X to that list, but it seems like Lenovo is gonna shaft us with how they handle that line from what we have seen so far.

2. jove39

Posts: 2146; Member since: Oct 18, 2011

Looks like Oneplus is not able to sustain initial rush of Oneplus One customers. I am not sure how many people upgraded from Oneplus One to 2. Oneplus is about to face harsh realities of android smartphone market...declining customer base!

4. nepalisherpa

Posts: 338; Member since: Jul 17, 2015

2016 Flagship Killer was killed in 2015.

5. GreekGeek

Posts: 1276; Member since: Mar 22, 2014

At least OnePlus had their 15 minutes ...HAHAHAHA

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