T-Mobile running discount on OnePlus 9 5G and OnePlus 9 Pro 5G

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Yesterday, T-Mobile accidentally leaked the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro ahead of its official release. And today, we’re finally getting more details about the OnePlus 9 straight from the horse’s mouth. That’s because T-Mobile is the only wireless provider in the country to carry the two latest 5G flagship phones from OnePlus. 

This gives users of the OnePlus 9 5G and OnePlus 9 Pro 5G access to T-Mobile’s Extended Range 5G and Ultra Capacity 5G. 

Specs-wise, the OnePlus 9 5G comes with a 6.55-inch FHD+ 120 Hz display and there are three rear-facing cameras with a 50-megapixel ultra-wide camera. It also comes with a 4,500mAh battery and 65W wired charging. The OnePlus 9 Pro 5G, on the other hand, includes a larger 6.7-inch QHD+ LTPO 120 Hz display and is powered by a Snapdragon 888 processor. It has an advanced Hasselblad camera system with a 48-megapixel main sensor, 50-megapixel ultra-wide sensor, and an 8-megapixel telelens. It has both a 50W wireless charging system and 65W wired charging. 

Both devices are available for pre-order starting this Friday. It will be arriving in T-Mobile stores nationwide starting April 2nd. For a limited time period, T-Mobile customers can enjoy a discount on either model. The OnePlus 9 5G is half off while the OnePlus 9 Pro 5G is $365 off along with their device trade-in or when they add a new line.

 

Source: T-Mobile

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  • Fan_Posting

    And, the pricing is as follows per the leaked document, Hopefully it is Correct, T-Mobile OnePlus 9 Pro price and deals are $1069 (256GB), OR at $365 off (35% off) with a new line or a trade-in.

    T-Mobile OnePlus 9 price and deals are $729.99 (128GB), OR at 50% off with a new line or a trade-in.

  • Willie D

    At those prices, OnePlus isn’t on my radar anymore. I’ll stick with Samsung, holds a higher trade in value, larger discounts and more special offers more frequently than OnePlus. So for me, I get top of the line Samsung devices for less than these new OnePlus device prices, on the level with high end Samsung device prices circa 2015.

    • maciejkoziol

      Same here, I just read that regular oneplus 9 has a plastic frame. Wow.

      • David Cosgrove

        And no IP rating

        • maciejkoziol

          Shame

        • Erik Papesh

          They both have an IP rating, watch the tmo unboxing video.

        • David Cosgrove

          If someone buys an unlocked variant of the OnePlus 9 sold through Amazon, Best Buy, B&H, or the OnePlus website, that version of the phone does not come with an IP68 rating.

        • Erik Papesh

          They are still water and dust “proof”, just not rated. T-mobile pays for the rating, that’s why the Tmo version advertises the rating. The phones are still built the exact same. Watch Jerryrigged’s teardowns going back to the 7 pro (no IP rating), but still had all the rubber proofing inside, including the popup cam it had.

        • dcmanryan

          T-Mobile version might but the unlocked version may not. This is how it was with the 8 last year.

    • David Cosgrove

      Plus with a Samsung you get updates where Oneplus fails to update their phones within a given time frame.

  • Danger_Citizen

    Still cheaper than Samsung. $1k for a FHD vs +$69 for QHD. That’s just the price for S21+, not the S21 Ultra. The S21 FE is $30 cheaper than OP9. Which is insane considering the Note 8 launched just under 1k.

    • dcmanryan

      The S21 Ultra silver is currently $999.99 on the Samsung site 128gb and unlocked. You also get $250 to spend on whatever you want on their site (13 hours left and it may end). The Ultra has been lower than this as last week that same deal had an extra $100 off coupon.

      Never pay retail for a OnePlus phone as you’ll see deep discounts quickly and I predict sooner than later on the 9 series as they’ve priced theirselves out of the market this time and offer no advantage over similar priced phones from better brands. There’s zero reason to buy one at the price they want.

  • George Salcedo

    With LG tanking and possibly leaving the smartphone business I won’t have a choice but to buy a phone without a headphone jack. My V60 will hold me off for awhile but I won’t buy the OP9 until the next great deal.

  • krisstofer

    Half off the price when u add a line. Add a line again? – lol I have too many lines already. The pro version is too pricey imo.

  • argenys

    I want the 9 pro, but I think I’ll get the regular 9. I don’t think I’ll spend the money to get the special wireless charger anytime soon. 1080p is not noticable enough of a downgrade visually unless you have it side by side, definitely clear enough for me. And the small difference in camera when I barely take pictures doesn’t matter. I’d rather take the money I’m saving and get the OnePlus watch. Probably won’t have to drop up front money on JOD for the regular 9 either. I also like the green on the 9 pro but I’d cover it with a case anyways since I don’t like clear cases. I’ll definitely upgrade to the 9T when the time comes to keep the value in JOD going.

    • roger shahan

      Both phones have wireless charging

      • argenys

        Yes, my current wireless chargers will work with the 9 just fine as it goes up to 15W. The 9 Pro goes to 45W and needs a special OnePlus wireless charger to take advantage of. So, It’s another price increase to take advantage of the phone benefits.

  • David Cosgrove

    So continuance of no IP rating for the 9 , no micro sd and cheap camera’s. To get better camera’s and 256 you will pay over 1000 that is if Tmobile will have this available. I was considering the switch but reviews are mixed and I am not going to spend upwards of 900 or more to get mediocre specs. But the new 21 FE will drop the micro sd of which is the trend now for new phones forcing you to spend more for more storage and very little at that and no I refuse to use the cloud a Microsoft spying option.

    • Erik Papesh

      They both have an IP rating, watch the Tmo unboxing vid.

    • Keith Stevens

      They paid to have the water resistance certification for the mobile versions. Both have it. The International version of the regular 9 doesn’t though.