OnePlus 6T now available, here are the differences between the T-Mobile and OnePlus versions

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The OnePlus 6T has officially arrived at T-Mobile.

Days after its official debut and launch at T-Mobile’s Times Square store, the OnePlus 6T is now available from T-Mobile and OnePlus. T-Mobile’s pricing is set at $0 down and $24.17 per month for 24 months for the 8GB/128GB model in Mirror Black, which is the only version that T-Mo will be selling. If you’d like to buy using JOD, you’ll pay $28 down and $24 per month for 18 months with a $120 residual. Full retail price is $580.

If you’d prefer to buy from OnePlus, you can get the 6GB/128GB model for $549, the 8GB/128GB model for $579, and the 8GB/256GB model for $629. OnePlus is offering Mirror Black and Midnight Black color options.

T-Mobile is offering a trade-in deal with the OnePlus 6T that’ll get you $300 off the device via 24 monthly bill credits. Just buy the OnePlus 6T on EIP and trade in a qualifying smartphone and your price will be knocked down to $11.67 per month for 24 months. The phones that are eligible for trade-in are:

  • Apple: iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
  • Samsung: GS8 series, Note 8, GS7 series, Note 5, GS6 series
  • Google: Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel, Pixel XL
  • LG: V30, V30+, G7, V20, G6
  • Motorola: Z2 Force; Z2 Play; Nexus 6
  • OnePlus: 5, 5T, 6, 3, 3T, X, 2, 1

It’s worth noting that there are a few differences between the OnePlus 6T being sold by T-Mobile and the models being sold by OnePlus. For example, the T-Mo model only has one SIM slot, while the unlocked model has two. The T-Mobile version also comes with two T-Mo apps preloaded: T-Mobile for your account access and the Device Unlock app.

Two other differences involve unlocking the OnePlus 6T. The T-Mobile version is locked to the T-Mo network until it’s paid in full and used for 40 continuous days. Once you meet those requirements, you can request to have your OP6T unlocked. The T-Mobile OnePlus 6T’s bootloader is locked as well, but can be unlocked after the OnePlus 6T is no longer network locked.

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Finally, OnePlus does note that while it’s working with T-Mo to bring updates to both versions of the OnePlus 6T in a timely manner, there may be a slight difference in the timing of update releases “due to the additional level of certification required by T-Mobile on all software releases.”

Some of those differences will be a bigger deal to some consumers than others. Something like the bootloader lock will be more important to folks in the modding and tweaking community, while the single SIM slot and the fact that the OnePlus 6T is locked to T-Mobile until it’s paid in full may be important to folks who travel a lot. Still, it’s nice to see the OnePlus 6T on T-Mobile, giving more folks the chance to try a OnePlus phone because it’s available through EIP and JOD.

Now that it’s arrived, are you going to buy the OnePlus 6T? If so, are you buying from T-Mobile or OnePlus?

Sources: T-Mobile, OnePlus (1), (2)

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  • Mickey T

    On the demo the TMobile app couldn’t be disabled or uninstalled . The other various TMobile apps were uninstallable.

  • DILAW IDDAHLA

    Sim Slot number and color are the biggest differences. You can unlock the device if you call T-Mobile after 30 or 60 days on the network. When I say “Unlock” I mean asking T-Mobile to unlock it because you are going overseas and want to be able to use a different sim overseas. T-Mobile will allow that once the phone is on their network I know for 60 days, but I heard from some that 30 days would work too.
    Resale value for the T-Mobile version will be lower too by at least $50

  • PC_Tool

    The “paid in full” bit is killer for bootloader unlocking.

    If you use a trade-in, for the $300 credit, you are locked for a full two years – since the credit won’t be completed until then.

    This sucks.

    And Alex; 1+ is huge in the xda community because they’ve always been so easy to unlock the bootloader and mod. This is a major change that is going to affect more than the article seems to imply.

    Dev for the T-Mo version of this device is very likely going to suffer because of this; so if you are at all interested in this device – Don’t buy it from T-Mobile (or at the very least, do NOT use a trade-in for credit).

    • Alex Wagner

      That’s true about OnePlus being popular for modding and tweaking because of the bootloader. I was mostly referring to consumers who are just walking into a T-Mo store to buy a phone and have never heard of OnePlus before. I’ve updated the wording to try and be a bit more clear about that.

      • PC_Tool

        Coolio. :)

        I’ve also heard rumors (from XDA, of course) that even with the trade-in credit, if you pay the remaining $280, wait the 40 days and get the network unlock and then request the bootloader unlock, it will allow you to unlock the bootloader.

        I don’t know what your options are for getting any kind of verificationconfirmation on this – but that would be HUGE, if true.

        If you have any contacts at all that would be able to confirm this, please seek them out. The user on XDA did not give names/sources, but claimed confirmation from TMO support and “other sources”.

        I would really appreciate it, and I doubt I’m the only one. :)

        (Android Police just published an article confirming this, it seems…still, multiple confirmations wouldn’t hurt. )

        • Alex Wagner

          I’ll reach out to some people and see what they can tell me about this.

        • Alex Wagner

          T-Mobile tells me that if you meet the unlock requirements, including paying the OP6T off and using it for 40 consecutive days, and you’re just waiting for bill credits, you should be able to get an unlock.

        • PC_Tool

          That is good news. Thank you!

        • Conrad

          My question is what does “paid off” actually mean. Does that mean that I pay my $280 and am only waiting for bill credits or does it mean I pay $580 and am waiting for reimbursement. I would have no problem with the former since I actually provided something of value for the $300 credit (my Nexus 6). If it’s the latter, then it’s a bit unreasonable IMHO

        • PC_Tool

          As it currently stands now from multiple sources:

          Paid off means you covered the $580.

          So if you trade in the Nexus 6 for the $300 credit, and pay the remaining $280 – it is considered paid off. You will still get your bill credits and can also, in 40 days, carrier-unlock and then bootloader-unlock.

          Does that help make it any clearer?

        • Conrad

          Couldn’t be any clearer… Problem is not everyone agrees with this interpretation. Thanks, and I hope you’re correct!

        • David VanHouse

          The bill credits only apply towards a specific device, not the phone line itself in general. So, if you pay 280 bucks towards the phone, the remaining balance is still 300 bucks. Your phone inst paid off until the entire balance is paid off. So in this case you can either suck it up and pay the rest off or let tmobile continue to credit your device every month while you continue to make payments.

        • PC_Tool

          Well, I don’t know what to tell ya.

          I bought the device at T-Mobile on Friday.

          They actually applied $40 of the $300 credit for my Nexus 6 to the taxes, so I paid $22.50 in-store and owed $320 when I paid it off on Saturday.

          My total payments to T-Mobile for this device was $342.50, which includes the taxes and upgrade fee (and a Nexus 6). My device is now Carrier unlocked as well.

        • steveb944

          Pay $580 and wait for $300 reimbursement. The credits are independent of the device balance.
          It’s reasonable because it’s a long term credit you agreed to.

  • The One

    Jeez, so many restrictions and special conditions just to get a phone! This is why I just buy it outright from the OEM or 3rd party (not the carrier), so I can do what I want, when I want, without being tied to the carrier.

    • Acdc1a

      The Nexus 6 changed my life. I can’t imagine buying the carrier bloat any longer. I’m very tempted to take this opportunity though.

  • DERRICK PARTIN

    I’m been to 2 different T-Mobile stores third morning and both are having system problem with trade ins.

  • DILAW IDDAHLA

    Motorola Z2 Play won’t qualify for the trade-in. It’s not on the T-Mobile page

  • Alon

    I have the T-Mobile version of the 6T. Got it early at the pre-sale. Right now the Global Version already has a new version of Oxygen OS and the T-Mobile version does not. Kind of annoyed by that… Might return T-Mobile version for Global. I traded in an old device (my nexus 6) to get the $300 credit though…

    • steveb944

      Pay off, sell, and buy from OP.

  • I just bought the T-Mobile version, and it’s unlocked right out of the box. Using it on Project Fi. no issues..

    • Ver

      No kidding. I have a Nexus 6 on Google fi. So I could get one through tmo and put it on Fi? (I also have a tmoble account)

    • KMB877

      Interesting!
      I have Axon 7, I put project Fi SIM inside, it showed “phone incompatible”!
      However, I’m using Project Fi SIM data only as 2-nd SIM for international travel (data in roaming)

    • MindFog2287

      Since Fi uses the T-Mobile and Spring networks, I wonder if it’s just able to register on the T-Mobile network and not the Sprint network?

  • Third_Eye

    Once unlocked the TMO OP6T can has all bands needed to work on ATT and VZN. Correct?
    Thanks…
    I have a Nexus 6. Plan to trade it for OP6T…

    • As I stated below, mine is already unlocked out of the box.

      • Third_Eye

        Ah! Thanks. I think we both posted approximately at the same time and hence I did not notice.
        You also did not pay the full price right(no EIP)? Normally TMO says u need to be using their network for 40 days for them to unlock.

        • steveb944

          He’s saying it worked out of the box with Fi. It isn’t officially unlocked yet.

  • They_Call_Me_Bruce

    Just bought one and I had to educate the store associates on the entire process. I had to explain the phone, the back story of the company, the trade in offer, and answer any questions they had. I left my number so they could rate my service and ask any additional questions.

    • PC_Tool

      lmao. Nice.

    • Bklynman

      Did they offer you a job? LoL

    • SpaceGho5t

      Lmao I had to do the same thing smh.

  • Fan_Posting

    Just curious and for those who have made a purchase, what is the hardware quality in comparison to the Samsung Note brand?

  • KMB877

    I’m wondering if the version sold directly from OnePlus has WiFi calling, VoLTE, etc. T-mobile compatible.

    • Alex Zapata

      It should be, most of that stuff is already built into android. As for band support, that I’m not sure about. According to GSM arena though it should be fine.

      • KMB877

        As bands, it’s fully compatible.

        From Oneplus website:
        Bands
        FDD LTE: Band 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17/18/19/20/25/26/28/29/30/32/66/71
        TDD LTE: Band 34/38/39/40/41/46
        TD-SCDMA: Band 34/39
        UMTS(WCDMA): Band 1/2/4/5/8/9/19
        CDMA: BC0/BC1
        GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz

        • Ver

          I don’t see band 71

  • gr8gatzby

    Once the phone is paid off + 40 days use and the phone is unlocked, will it then be compatible Verizon & ATT?

  • Alex Pilaia

    Can anyone confirm or deny this? Hear me out.

    I spoke with a Tmo rep (not sure if he understood everything), but If i buy the 6T for $580, and Trade in a OnePlus 2, i would get $300 credit for the trade in. (Which brings phone purchase to $280) But, the trade amount is in the form of $12.50 credit per bill cycle… I can not receive the $300 up front in the store in a lump amount. SO, If next year, Tmo carries the OnePlus 7 or 7T, and if they offer a similar promotion, NOBODY can claim the new 7T promotion, because they are still paying off the 24 month payment plan, because they are interested in the $12.50 discount. You must own the phone to trade it in… So you either pay off the phone (and lose the remaining 12 months worth of discounts), or skip the OnePlus 7 and continue on with the 6T and your $12.50 discount for another year…

    • timmyjoe42

      If you pay off the phone early, I would still think you are eligible for the $12.50 bill credit for the remainder of the 24 months, but I would specifically ask T-Mobile. I don’t know how the credit is applied in their billing system.

      • Acdc1a

        It’s how it worked with my tablet. I paid it off and still got the $10 monthly credit.

    • Jermaine Horne

      If the phone is paid off early or traded in you’d stop getting credits. The credits are tied to the active EIP

      • Andrew Singleton

        Actually we recently learned that you can pay off the phone and still receive the credits over whatever is left in the financing term, but that would not really make a whole ton of sense as you would be extending payment that you would never have had to extend in the first place

      • Hector Escobedo

        it does work if you pay off early you just cant participate in another promo on that line till its done but your right on the trade in part if they do a JUMP upgrade

    • DILAW IDDAHLA

      It depends on the terms and conditions of the OnePlus 7 or 7T promo when it comes out. For example if it says that you can’t combine the Oneplus 7 or 7T promotion or another discount with another promotion, then yes you lose the $12.5/month. This is why they always ask for the device to be paid off to trade it in. These promotions come with a twist and you really need to think why they have these rules. People that write these promotions are clever. What they want you to do is get the $12.5/month off and in a year maybe attract you to a different promotion and put you in a new loan for above $500 and the big discount you thought you will get (Like $300 OFF) is really $120 in the year you had the device. However, if you really want this phone and have multiple lines, you get it on line #1. Next year when the 1+ promo comes out and if you really want the 7, pay off the 6T and trade it in, but only get the 7 on line #2. That way Line #1 is still getting the $12.5/month discount. The smartest thing to do though is keep a smartphone for 2-3 years and get your money’s worth out of it. Know what device you want, look for the best deal on the device YOU want, buy it and keep it for 2 – 3 years, then sell it on your own. Getting trapped with these phone loans and getting a device just because there is a deal on it is sometimes not the smartest thing to do

      • Alex Pilaia

        Very well said… My objective was to go in store, trade it in, and pay off the $280 balance in full at the time of purchase… $280 for this phone is an absolute steal. I have heard some negative things (Camera, headphone jack, fingerprint reader) but for $280 for top of the line specs, I could deal with a fingerprint scanner that may take a second to read instead of .3 seconds. or a camera that isnt on par with the likes of samsung.

  • Loco Mole

    For those asking about band 71 on the non-TMo version, Google “dmlv android central band 71”

    That user commented that s/he has band 71 and 12. How it was validated that the phone was connected to band 71 is unknown, so take it with a grain of salt

    • DILAW IDDAHLA

      If they live or have access to a Band 71, you can download an app that will show you what band you are on. I usually use such apps to see which bands my phone is connected to

      • pda96

        Would u mind telling me what app you use to show the band #? I’ve always wanted to know this. I thought it was some sort of code that you punch into your phone to get it to spit out this info. I’m currently using a Samsung. Thanks.

        • DILAW IDDAHLA

          On Samsung phone there is a way to go into the setting to see the list of bands that the device storessu.
          The app I am talking about or at least one of them is Network Cell Info Lite or the full app. That’s one that will show you which band you are on. There are many apps that does the same. Even in the setting I remember I was able to go and see the band I was connected to on the Samsung device I was using at the time

        • pda96

          Got it. Thank you.

        • DILAW IDDAHLA

          When you are on the RAW ran, you will see which tower bands your phone can see. For example my pixel XL is on band 4, but can detect band 7, 12, and 2 I think. My phone doesn’t Dorsey bands 66 and 71. But I know band 71 is not available in my city. On my brothers phone I can see bands 66 because his phone supports it. You have to know which bands are in your area then see if your device detects them

  • imnotlikeuppl

    There should be no issue paying the phone off early as you are giving TMobile a phone. I traded in a galaxy s7, so if I pay off 6t early I should still get $300 credit, if not TMobile better give me a galaxy s7 back.

    • Andrew Singleton

      Why would you advance t-mobile money to pay off a free loan early and then wait 2 years to get paid back?

      • steveb944

        To save $300 and unlock.

        • DILAW IDDAHLA

          As far as unlocking, you can unlock any T-Mobile phone after 60 days by submitting a request to unlock it. They will do it even if the phone is not paid off. I have done that on may devices through T-Mobile. as far as saving the $300, that won’t happen. T-Mobile will only give the buyer $12.50/month credit. Forget the $300 credit for a second and know that it’s $12.5/month. You pay the phone off the same day, T-Mo will not give you the $300 credit on the next bill, but will only give you $12.5/month. This is why these types of deals are really a 2 year contract indirectly. Yes you can leave whenever you want, but you lose the $12.5/month discount

        • Matt Macaluso

          That’s for unlocking service providers, not the bootloader.

    • David VanHouse

      If you pay off the phone early you wont get any addition credits, so you are essentially paying the difference out of pocket.

  • VanceDuke

    I traded in an old Galaxy and they gave me like $50 off upfront and said the balance of the $300 would show up in bill credits. Can anyone confirm this is how it works. I don’t want to get screwed and only get $50 for my trade in.

    • steveb944

      Do you have it in writing?

      • VanceDuke

        Just the word of the store associate and the guy on the phone.

        • steveb944

          I just find the $50 additional credit strange, maybe yours was overvalued for some reason. Otherwise the $300 is fine.

        • JJCommonSense

          It isn’t an additional credit… its the portion of the credit that they give u up front. If your phone is worth $50 theyll give u the $50 to use towards the cost of the phone or to pay the taxes up front, the other $250 will come in bill credits

        • SpaceGho5t

          I had the same thing happen with me. I had a $86 credit up front. The sales rep confirmed on the phone with a customer service rep that I would also receive $300 credit towards the OnePlus 6T via bill credits. I had them both write memos on my account stating exactly that. I used the $86 torwards the upgrade charge, and taxes. They then deducted the remaining $24 off my next bill. Im pretty sure they messed up. Should make an interesting call to customer support for me when I have to argue with them to fix my billing. If what they told me was true then I scored $386 on a iPhone 6S+ that was collecting dust.

        • JJCommonSense

          The remaining $24 will likely get deducted from 24 monthly installments at $1 each…

        • SpaceGho5t

          Nope, I had a bill balance of 0$, it is now -$24. They also told me I would be receiving the $300 for the 6T via monthly bill credits over 24 months. So I should be paying $280 for the 6T, which would be roughly $11.70 a month.

        • MindFog2287

          I have confirmed the following three times now because people were questioning it and I wanted to make 100% sure.

          The trade in for my Note5 was $45. I got that in-store, helped pay toward taxes. I owed $26 to walk out the door, so I effectively have that $45 already.

          Just contacted a T-Mobile rep again and he confirmed that NOW going forward, I will get $12.50 a month in credits for the next 24 months = $300.

          So all told, I’m essentially getting $345 for the Note5 in trade.

        • SpaceGho5t

          Well, a day after purchasing the phone I ended up checking my account history on the website it stated I would begin to receive a $8.92 credit each month for 24 months, so after doing the math my $86 up front was not additional to the $300, I was lied to. I ended up contacting T-Mobile on Twitter and they saw were the reps had notated my account stating that I would, they could not give me an $86 towards the phone but they did end up giving me a $86 credit on my up coming bill. I’ll take it. Promotions can be confusing and they should train there employees up so they don’t end up giving bad information to people.

        • MindFog2287

          T-Mobile reps rarely have the same answer to questions like this. Maybe it’s training or maybe communication issues within Tmo. I will say that when they get something wrong, it has been MUCH MUCH easier in my experience to get them to make it right than with just about any other company I’ve ever been a customer of. I have emailed chats from the Tmo system, so generally if a rep chats you something, they will make good. So everyone thinking of doing this, make a paper trail and save it!

    • Hector Escobedo

      the market value of your device is 50 then tmobile deducts that from the promotional credit so if it was for 300 then they already gave you 50 so 250 is left and that will be in the bill.

  • steveb944

    If I do take the plunge, definitely buying via T-Mobile due to trade in deal.

  • Guillermo Eduardo Ortega-ibarr

    Does any one know insurance deductible of its cover

  • Koolme666

    Found a store last night that had one left, TMO said they were selling out of them because they didn’t realize how popular the phone was and with the trade in’s it’s a no brainier. I love this phone so far, coming from the moto z2 force. The store I went to didn’t have any screen protectors so that was annoying but they tried to sell me a case I said uh… This phone comes with a case inside the box so I’ll just use that. Going to a different location to see if they have a screen protector.

    • Matthew McKnight

      Comes with a screen protector pre-installed, so don’t kill yourself trying to find one for backup

      • Koolme666

        Seriously? Like an actual screen protector that I was just about to buy today? Ha I’ll double check my phone right now, still using my old phone because I’m hesitant on using new phones without protection

        • leslie cruz

          Comes with a really good screen protector and a good case

        • Koolme666

          I had known about the case but I didn’t onow of the screen protector, you guys are life savers.

    • Ver

      I think this phone is going to be great but I am waiting for some reviews please. Interested in the camera and speakers….

      • Koolme666

        As far as I can tell there’s only one speaker it could be louder I haven’t tried the camera yet, but the phone is fast super fast, responsive, a lot of screen on the phone as well, it’s worth the purchase

    • Praisedeath

      The phone comes with one out of the box. Unless you or the phone rep took it off.

      • Koolme666

        Thank you someone else filled me in and no I didn’t even know the screen protector was on the phone I’m a happy man I love this phone so far, have yet to use a phone with the bezel less screen or whatever they call it

  • VanceDuke

    Anyone else having Hangouts issues ? It crashes every time I try to type something No issues with my old phone.

    • V2THE1

      Whoa! I just got mine and that’s a big app for me let me check.

      • V2THE1

        Just fired one off no problems.

      • VanceDuke

        Does it work for you.

    • MindFog2287

      No issues here with Hangouts on the 6T. I use it all the time.

    • imnotlikeuppl

      You have to allow permissions for the Hangouts app and then it will function normal.

  • Nick

    Can anyone provide the SAR rating for the 6T please

    • Ver

      For the OnePlus 6, the value is as follows: SAR value (on the head): 1.33 W/kg. SAR value (on the body): 1.38 W/kg.

      I found it by Googling “what is the SAR value for the OnePlus 6”

  • V2THE1

    Wow, I’m kind of blown away by how fast it is. I traded in a Note 8 and this thing destroys my Note 8. I know that I was running on a Snapdragon 835 and this is a 845 but I feel like Oxygen is really buttery. I guess it could also have something to do with Android Pie. In any event this thing is awesome. I got the last one! The guy at the store told me that they were flying out the door faster then any other recent release they had.

    • MindFog2287

      I went to two stores to get mine on release day. The first store was sold out. The second one, the woman in front of me was trading in an older OnePlus to get hers, and then I got the last one in that store. It definitely does seem to be a hit.

      What I love most is the battery life. I use dark mode for just about everything, and at the end of the day, I have 30-40% battery life left. My Note5, even when new, never lasted anywhere near a full day.

      • V2THE1

        Yes! I’m in dark mode to and my battery life had been unreal!

    • DILAW IDDAHLA

      You traded in a Note 8 for the $300 credit over 24 months? You know you could have easily sold your phone on Swappa for $350?

      • V2THE1

        I’ve done that and Craigslist before but I’m not really interested in the hassle for an extra 50 bucks. Easy Greasy nephew.

        • DILAW IDDAHLA

          Yeah but you could’ve gotten yourself the 6t from OnePlus which will have the dual Sim, unlocked, not being tied to tmo for 24 months to get the discounts, gotten more than $300 off the price and got yourself a phone that will have a better resale value in the future

        • V2THE1

          Ok nephew. Thanks for your concerns.

        • DILAW IDDAHLA

          No problem Uncle V2THE1. Just looking after my elderly

      • Jack

        Dude u gave up a note 8 for 300$? I had an old nexus 6 on good condition and I got 300$ in credits lol u could literally buy a galaxy s6 for 140$ and get 300$ and sold that note 8.

        • DILAW IDDAHLA

          I told him, but some ppl just want the fast way

  • DERRICK PARTIN

    Does the T-Mobile version have an SD card slot?
    Can you enable smart boost on the T-Mobile version?

    • jer85008

      None of the 6t variants have a SD card slot.

  • NardVa

    I’m gone let this phone saturate the market to drive the price down. This phone will be $300 or less in several months.

    • jer85008

      That’s not even close to true. OnePlus only launches two phones per year, and never discounts them other than some occasional promos. My two-year-old OP3t still sells for almost $300 used. In six months this will still be a $500+ phone.

  • dl_crash

    What’s the point?
    — Cheaper form Oneplus $549 vs $580
    — Can use dual SIM cards
    — Will get security and Android updates much faster
    — Is unlocked
    — And bloatware free
    Seems pointless to get it form TMO

    • MindFog2287

      Unless you like to save ~$350 or so. I got $45 back for my Note5, which paid most of the taxes, paid $26 to leave the store with my 6T and now I get 24 months of $12.50 credit, bringing my monthly installments on the phone to about $11 a month for 24 months. That’s a great deal as far as I’m concerned.

      There is no bloatware on my phone. There were two T-Mobile apps, which I was able to fully install (not just “install updates”).

    • DERRICK PARTIN

      Because a majority of people buying it from TMobile could care less about unlocking the device and are looking to take advantage of the $300 trade-in promo.

      Oh and you get to put it in your EIP and pay it off over time, you’re not just coming out of pocket for $580 up front

  • MindFog2287

    Yeah, it was a no brainer. Yes, I only got $45 for the Note5, but I bought it used on swappa anyway (I broke my first one). I’m happy with the upgrade, and especially with only paying ~$280 including taxes for this amazing phone.

  • 16UE

    Same here. I had two OnePlus One that I got years back for under $300 each via its private invitation system. Trading them in with this deal, I am now getting the top-of-the-line Android for 2018 for under $300 each.

  • Bklynman

    I just hope this is a big seller for Tmo,which will force all the other phone makers(let’s be real,there only 2) Lg,and Samsung,to lower their prices,maybe OPO,will be out a mid range phone,I dare say it,$150-$200. We can only hope.

  • beachtrax

    You did good!! Enjoy that great phone :)