OnePlus upgrades its trade-in program just before the OnePlus 6 is unveiled

OnePlus upgrades its trade-in program just before the OnePlus 6 is unveiled
With the OnePlus 6 expected to be unveiled a week from today, the company announced an improved trade-in program to help prospective buyers save some cash. After all, the OnePlus 6 will probably be the company's most expensive phone yet; notches and IP certification ratings don't come cheaply, you know. With the new trade-in plan, devices from any manufacturer can be used in a trade, but higher values will be given to those products made by Apple, Samsung, Sony, Huawei and Google.

Those turning in a OnePlus 3 or newer model will find a little extra money in their trade-in checks. OnePlus is offering as much as €280 ($332 USD) for old OnePlus models. This part of the revamped trade-in program expires at the end of this month.

Before you start scrambling through your desk drawers looking for your old handset, there is a geographical catch; this trade-in program is only available to European residents using the Euro, the Swedish Krona, or the British Pound. To participate, click on the sourcelink or go to There, you will find the complete instructions (see the image at the top of this story).

You can decide to receive a voucher by sending OnePlus information about your trade. Send them the old device and you'll receive a voucher within two weeks that can be used toward the purchase price of the OnePlus 6. Or, you can wait until the OnePlus 6 is launched and purchase the phone. In that case, OnePlus will give you cash in lieu of a voucher for your trade. Move your data from the old phone to the new OnePlus 6, go back to the site, and use your order number to request a trade. Within two weeks after your trade is received by the company, you will receive cash for your old phone.

For more information, visit the OnePlus trade-in site by clicking on the sourcelink.

source: OnePlus

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1. bur60

Posts: 981; Member since: Jul 07, 2014

The site might have a bug. It shows 5T 128gb and 64gb same price while 128gb 5 offers more than the 5t version.

2. antroid

Posts: 392; Member since: Jan 24, 2018

I think the 332$ will be only for the 5T models.

3. p51d007

Posts: 705; Member since: Nov 24, 2013

So, you are to trust Oppo's OnePlus, that within two weeks they will give you a voucher. Wanna bet THAT gets screwed up too?

4. antmiu2

Posts: 550; Member since: Jun 19, 2011

nothing for the OP2 owners?

5. Jango

Posts: 376; Member since: Oct 24, 2014

Terrific deal from One Plus, I must say. I am nearly 89% sure of getting the OP6. Just waiting on unveiling.

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