Last year, OnePlus made its U.S. carrier debut and brought the OnePlus 6T exclusively to T-Mobile customers. Now, it looks like the two are back at it again as T-Mobile has officially announced it will be the only U.S. carrier to have the OnePlus 7 Pro when it launches.
Following OnePlus's announcement on May 14, the T-Mobile Signature Store in NYC will host a takeover event similar to last year where you'll be able to purchase the OnePlus 7 Pro three days ahead of the May 17 global launch. What makes things even better this year is that the takeover event is expanding to five other T-Mobile signature stores in Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami, San Francisco and Santa Monica on May 15. John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile had this to say:
It's clear our savvy customers love this brand, so of course we did what we always do – listen to them! We went 'full magenta' this year. Now, customers all across the country can get in on the action at all six T-Mobile Signature Stores!
Along with being able to pick up the new OnePlus 7 Pro early, the first 200 customers at the takeover events will also get a OnePlus gift with purchase. The launch events will also have plenty of food, drinks, and even some limited edition swag you can pick up.
The price of the OnePlus 7 Pro hasn't been confirmed yet by T-Mobile, but we previously revealed that it will retail for $749 in the U.S.
Best bang for the buck
OnePlus has always been in the business of giving you the most for your money, and even as prices rise, it still delivers on that. The OnePlus 6T combines striking design, high-end specs, and a clean software package ensuring you get one of the best experiences on Android without feeling the pain in your wallet.
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