OnePlus 7 Pro on sale at T-Mobile for $450

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One week after it quietly reappeared in T-Mobile’s online store, the OnePlus 7 Pro has gotten a nice discount.

You can now get the OnePlus 7 Pro from T-Mobile for $450, which is $250 off its original asking price. On EIP, T-Mobile is asking $0 down and $18.75 per month for 24 months for the OnePlus 7 Pro, which comes with 256GB of storage and is available in Nebula Blue and Mirror Grey colors.

It may not be OnePlus’s flagship phone anymore, but the OnePlus 7 Pro still has a respectable set of features. It includes a 6.67-inch 3120×1440 AMOLED display with 90Hz refresh rate and no notch. That means the 16MP selfie camera pops up from the body of the phone.

The triple rear camera setup on the OnePlus 7 Pro includes a 48MP main sensor, 8MP telephoto cam, and 16MP ultra wide camera with 116-degree field of view. Other specs include a Snapdragon 855 processor, 8GB of RAM, in-display fingerprint reader, and 4000mAh battery.

If you want something more recent, the OnePlus 7T is also on sale at T-Mobile. It’s available for $0 down and $20.84 per month for 24 months, or $499.99 full retail. That’s $100 off its original asking price, which isn’t quite as big a deal as the OnePlus 7 Pro, but is still a discount.

And in case these discounts have you curious, the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren is still sitting at its regular $899.99 price.

Thanks Daniel!

Sources: T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro, OnePlus 7T

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  • Francisco Peña

    anyone know JOD prices?

    • Erik

      JOD is pointless now. Used to be awesome. I have note 10+ on JOD, im waiting till the end of that then giving the phone back. Then get a phone on regular eip. Less down payment need

      • Bailey

        Not sure how much you still have left on your Note 10+ JOD , but you could do a JOD to a much cheaper phone in the price range of 200 to pay off sooner to be done with JOD.

        • Phil

          Anyone know if JOD is the only way to get the insurance? We are looking at doing the same thing, dropping the JOD, but want to keep the insurance.

        • Bailey

          Not sure of I’m answering your question, but if you have JOD and your phone is paid off your insurance is still in place. If you were to get rid of the JOD you would just add insurance to your new phone, so no JOD is not the only way to have insurance.

        • Kyle

          Both EIP and JOD have the option to add protection plan within 30 days. Neither financing option includes protection. I hope this helps.

    • Kyle

      Just got off phone with them not on jod

  • Android_God

    DANG! What a deal!

  • George Salcedo

    Nice deal but going for the BOGO V60, much better phone and water resistance.

  • Shakenbake

    The 7 Pro is definitely worth getting now.
    It is a big phone mind you. I thought no phone could be too big, and this tested that theory.
    Anyway, I had it for 2wks and traded in for a note 9.
    The only reason was the price, my previous phone broke and I immediately went with this phone. I got a better deal on the note 9.
    But I did like this phone, and if it was available for this price I’d still have it.

    • g2a5b0e

      I find it hilarious that you call the OnePlus 7 Pro too big, but then your next phone is almost literally the exact same size.

      OnePlus 7 Pro: 6.40 x 2.99 x 0.35 inches
      Galaxy Note 9: 6.37 x 3.01 x 0.35 inches

      The differences between these two are negligible at best.

      • Shakenbake

        Ok that’s funny if true, the phone was just really big and slippery

  • Nionx

    Wow. I loved that phone! it might be worth buying back just to have it.

  • If this phone was 5G I would definitely snatch it