Jan 18 AT 12:51 AM Alex Wagner 6 Comments

You’ll be able to buy a OnePlus One without an invite on January 20

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Want to start 2015 with a shiny new smartphone? If so, you’ll want to point your browser to OnePlus’s website on January 20.

The OnePlus One will be available to purchase to everyone, no invite necessary, on January 20. The sales free-for-all will last for two hours, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm EST in North America, 19:00 to 21:00 GMT in Europe, and 19:00 to 21:00 HKT in Asia.

Obviously it’d be nice if the OnePlus One were available to everyone all of the time, but thanks to all of the free-for-all sales that OnePlus has hosted lately, it hasn’t been super difficult to come by a One. If you still haven’t snagged a OnePlus One reason, though, you’ll get another chance on Monday. Better get that credit card ready.

Source: OnePlus

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  • Paxmos

    I had an invite, claimed it but did not buy the phone.
    If everyone just backs out and refuse to go through this shitty process, they will think twice.

  • MrNobody

    Yeah, their purchasing process is pretty tired at this point. I get the gimmicks of releasing through some off the wall, forced limited supply marketing ploy to increase demand, but at this point a lot of great phones have been released since the One Plus One. It’s still a relatively inexpensive middle of the pack phone, but these press releases are really losing their umph.

    • ChrisAre

      In theory it could be more than a gimmick. They could be lowering their risk by producing small batches instead of a steady stream. This is still a niche market, after all.

  • sukhveer

    What about in india

  • Art A

    By now many of us no longer care. We’ve moved on. Too little too late no matter how cheap it is. Cyogenmod did the right thing by walking away from this mess. I actually feel lucky, since those I know with a OnePlus have had lots of problems.

  • Alain Lafond

    Really…
    This phone if off it’s been a while now…
    I leaving those marketing howes to the fanboys…
    If you buy in this they’ll all start doing those tricky capaigns…
    Expect Xiaomi to do the same in americas…