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OnePlus 3 £312.40 to Students available in store at O2 from Thursday.

£312.40 @ O2
***£312.40 confirmed in store for students. Check the posts for confirmation. A lot of staff are unaware of this.*** £336+£10 top up if not. Just seen this posted on Facebook. £336, same pr… Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
***£312.40 confirmed in store for students. Check the posts for confirmation. A lot of staff are unaware of this.***

£336+£10 top up if not.

Just seen this posted on Facebook.

£336, same price as direct, no waiting, no bloat and unlocked.

Much better returns policy too!

*****CONFIRMED TO BE UNLOCKED - CONFIRMED TO BE DUAL SIM - CONFIRMED TO BE UNBRANDED*****

Review available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-EeUyFJJtM

- Skymonkey

***** CONFIRMED TO ACTUALLY BE £336 NOT £329! *****

- KingCampo

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https://www.o2.co.uk/shop/tariff/oneplus/3/?productId=154707c7-2282-43e9-957c-183e6b12343e&planId=&contractType=payasyougo

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38 Likes
treadingit
Ice Cold. This was £309 on release!

Have you realised the effect of Brexit on the £?
29 Likes
There are so many comments from those that clearly don't own this phone it really doesn't help a possible buyer. I have had this phone from release, I didn't own any of the previous phones from this manufacturer so can't comment there. My previous phone was the utterly dire Nexus 5x, for reference. The OnePlus 3 is a premium phone, I do not care what others say. I own one, use it every day and it is a class act. The build quality is excellent, it's not inspired design wise but what phone is nowadays? Does it make compromises to keep this price, yes but in my opinion they are very clever ones and you don't notice them, at all. The most obvious being the 1080p res. It's not flagship standard, but nor does it need to be...yet. I don't think experience is diminished because of the 1080 screen. The OS is fantastic for the simple fact they've left android more or less alone but added some very useful tweaks. The whole phone has a quality about it, and while it doesn't match an S7 overall, it's not far behind batting in the same park at near half the cost!. If having the very best phone is important to you, regardless of cost, then skip over the OnePlus 3. If having a flagship standard phone for half the price of the others works for you, with a couple of compromises that don't bother you. This is a no brainer of a phone! You won't be disappointed with this buy and it's the best phone I've owned since my trusted nexus 4.
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Picard123
submerged
just got a galaxy s7 as did not want to wait for delivery of a op3. shame I did not wait as detest the s7. Touchwiz is even more awful than I remember and has too many apps on it you can't delete. Will be sold asap lol
Post a photo of it with your username beside the phone because what you're saying sounds like complete BS. The UI on the S7 is superb.

Surely that's completely subjective? I hate Touchwiz so I'd agree that the S7 would be a terrible phone for me.
24 Likes
Ice Cold. This was £309 on release!
12 Likes
Wouldn't recommend as had one of these and after spending alot of time trying to sort it out sent it back as very glitchy...now have an S7 edge and had no problems whatsoever
Also had a oneplus x that suddenly during calls the sound would go...Really wanted both of these phones to be good but just not worth the hassle imo

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1 Like #1
Will also be available on contract too, but I guess they could suck!
5 Likes #2
Nice spot. Returns and aftercare has been an issue with Oneplus since day one so being able to purchase from O2 is much better.

May not get alot of heat though as this is RRP.

Edited By: daBluone on Sep 27, 2016 12:41
1 Like #3
spencer24
Will also be available on contract too, but I guess they could suck!

Free from £28 a month with 500mb data apparently.
#4
Will it be unlocked?
1 Like #5
hg80
Will it be unlocked?

Yes.
#6
Glad they have done this! Might tempt me over from iOS now. (Doubt it will though)
#7
oh man that's good news, my order was cancelled by PayPal and I don't know the reason. hopefully they will send back my money soon, and I'll go to O2 shop
2 Likes #8
Can't wait to see this phone in the flesh in-store.
Will it definitely be unlocked though? o2 never usually make unlocking so easy
#9
Will it be available sim free?
12 Likes #10
Wouldn't recommend as had one of these and after spending alot of time trying to sort it out sent it back as very glitchy...now have an S7 edge and had no problems whatsoever
Also had a oneplus x that suddenly during calls the sound would go...Really wanted both of these phones to be good but just not worth the hassle imo
1 Like #11
TheUrbis
hg80
Will it be unlocked?
Yes.
Do you know if the bootloader will also be unlockable?
#12
iDealYou
TheUrbis
hg80
Will it be unlocked?
Yes.
Do you know if the bootloader will also be unlockable?

According to OnePlus it'll just be a standard phone, unlocked etc.

Edited By: TheUrbis on Sep 27, 2016 12:55
3 Likes #13
daBluone
May not get alot of heat though as this is RRP.

When I bought my OnePlus X there was a compulsory £10 delivery charge which isn't included in the RRP. So if you get it delivered from O2 for free then you may have saved £10 :)

Also, this is a great phone for the price especially after they patched the RAM software bug.
1 Like #14
TheUrbis
iDealYou
TheUrbis
hg80
Will it be unlocked?
Yes.
Do you know if the bootloader will also be unlockable?
According to OnePlus it'll just be a standard phone, unlocked etc.
Thanks.
4 Likes #15
Snapdragon 820, 6GB RAM... :)
1 Like #16
kronos319
daBluone
May not get alot of heat though as this is RRP.

When I bought my OnePlus X there was a compulsory £10 delivery charge which isn't included in the RRP. So if you get it delivered from O2 for free then you may have saved £10 :)

Also, this is a great phone for the price especially after they patched the RAM software bug.


no £10 delivery for me when i bought direct???
#17
TheUrbis
spencer24
Will also be available on contract too, but I guess they could suck!

Free from £28 a month with 500mb data apparently.


Yep sucks
1 Like #18
I'm assuming oneplus dropped in demand now
3 Likes #19
No Sd card is really a downfall on this! really hard to get over it especially i always have loads of stuff on phone like music....
3 Likes #20
bear807
No Sd card is really a downfall on this! really hard to get over it especially i always have loads of stuff on phone like music....

64GB not enough?
#21
It is 64GB mind! That might not be enough for some but the equivalent Samsungs, etc, are mostly 32GB.
#22
superb phone, typing this on it now, good performance, good battery life and dash charge is excellent.
recommend the soft gold colour too
1 Like #23
bear807
No Sd card is really a downfall on this! really hard to get over it especially i always have loads of stuff on phone like music....

Kind of agree but 64GB is a fair amount. I'd like a bigger/replaceable battery - that combined with a 1080p screen (which form me is absolutely adequate) would mean longer tie off-charge.

I kinda wonder that if after the whole Note 7 fiasco if we'll see a more widespread return of replaceable batteries for smartphones.
#24
My issue with this phone is the Oxygen OS / Hydrogen OS merge...

Anyone know when this is happening? Hydrogen OS looks trash imo.
1 Like #25
This is the only phone that has tempted me to upgrade from my sturdy old Nexus 5, looking to grba one at Christmas I think. Will their prices start to increase as they start stocking store and contracts?
3 Likes #26
not a very good handset at all, had two and both had to be returned due to fault, Oneplus service was abysmal - had to contact the top dude via email ( easily found on the web ) before anything was resolved.....
4 Likes #27
OnePlus 2 was full of bugs and I sold it on eBay. That was reasonably priced. This 3rd gen is much more expensive. Personally would suggest the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 for less than half this cost.
1 Like #28
philjstephenson
not a very good handset at all, had two and both had to be returned due to fault, Oneplus service was abysmal - had to contact the top dude via email ( easily found on the web ) before anything was resolved.....
Warranty and support through O2 on this.
4 Likes #29
I moved to OP3 from LG g4 and still found it to be a major upgrade. Very easy to root and install xposed etc. Finger print sensor is actually faster than iPhone 6s! (I used to own several iPhones before G4 and my wife still has an iPhone 6, so I am not pro-android or apple). Screen however is poor for text and is just good enough for pictures and video (sRGB mode). Sound quality through the speaker is poor and through headphone jack is average compared to G4 (possibly due to the difference in DAC used). Using viper4android with OP3 makes little to no difference where as with G4 it was able to improve the quality a lot. Battery life is better than G4. I get nearly two days with moderate use. Dash charging is amazing (hope it doesn't explode!). NFC is just a joke. Is it worth £300 (pre-brexit price)? No considering g4 was just £200.
1 Like #30
I'd bought a OP2, and they released OP3 about a week after, I was able to send my OP2 back and then purchase the OP3 and its brilliant, way faster than the OP2 and tweaks and changes you can make using developer mode are really helpful too. Best phone I'd ever have.
#31
dont o2 sell phones without the charger? Bit worrying if they do on this phone as its one of the big selling points.
#32
jamesrugman
dont o2 sell phones without the charger? Bit worrying if they do on this phone as its one of the big selling points.

They're advertising it with the Dash charger.
#33
jamesrugman
dont o2 sell phones without the charger? Bit worrying if they do on this phone as its one of the big selling points.

I would think they will come with everything in the box as the OP3 has dash charge and needs a usb type c cable and their dash charger.
3 Likes #34
little_green
Can't wait to see this phone in the flesh in-store.
Will it definitely be unlocked though? o2 never usually make unlocking so easy

I find O2 to be the easiest phone company to unlock phones. Just fill in the form with your pay monthly details, and await the code (takes about 24 hours for most phones). Doesn't cost anything either.

https://www.o2.co.uk/apps/help/help?qid=1&q1=2&route=unlocking&case=Handset%20Unlocking%20Form
#35
Wonder if it will have the annoying 02 logos
#36
bdt_1978
Wonder if it will have the annoying 02 logos

No, confirmed on OnePlus forums... Completely standard, not customised, not branded, has all accessories.
1 Like #37
wenttoabetterplace
little_green
Can't wait to see this phone in the flesh in-store.
Will it definitely be unlocked though? o2 never usually make unlocking so easy
I find O2 to be the easiest phone company to unlock phones. Just fill in the form with your pay monthly details, and await the code (takes about 24 hours for most phones). Doesn't cost anything either.

https://www.o2.co.uk/apps/help/help?qid=1&q1=2&route=unlocking&case=Handset%20Unlocking%20Form

Confirmed unlocked.
#38
Looking forward to this and even better if they do contract deal with generous data allowance, am due an upgrade shortly...
1 Like #39
submerged
just got a galaxy s7 as did not want to wait for delivery of a op3. shame I did not wait as detest the s7. Touchwiz is even more awful than I remember and has too many apps on it you can't delete. Will be sold asap lol
If you are selling. I might be interested in buying it.
2 Likes #40
wenttoabetterplace
little_green
Can't wait to see this phone in the flesh in-store.
Will it definitely be unlocked though? o2 never usually make unlocking so easy
I find O2 to be the easiest phone company to unlock phones. Just fill in the form with your pay monthly details, and await the code (takes about 24 hours for most phones). Doesn't cost anything either.https://www.o2.co.uk/apps/help/help?qid=1&q1=2&route=unlocking&case=Handset%20Unlocking%20Form
Last time I was told had to wait a year before they would unlock

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