OnePlus To Let You Purchase The OnePlus One Every Tuesday Without An Invite

OnePlus One is according to many people one of the best smartphones of 2014. This handset offered great specifications, great battery life, CyanogenMod OS pre-installed and the pricing was also more than fair. There is a catch, of course, only those who had the invitation to buy this thing could get their hands on it. OnePlus annoyed many people with this policy and they're still enforcing it, believe it or not, and approximately 10 months passed since the device was announced. The company did, however, held a ton of sales for the OnePlus One and gave us periods of time when we could buy this thing without an invitation.

Well, the company has announced yet another promotion, if we can call it that was, and this one will definitely interest you if you're looking to buy this handset. It seems like OnePlus is finally getting more lenient as far as this invite system goes, the company will allow you to purchase their smartphone without an invite every Tuesday from now on. The company has announced that they'll open up sales for the device every Tuesday starting at 8am London Time / midnight Los Angeles time / 4pm Hong Kong time. Both the 16GB Silk White and the 64GB Sandstone Black options will be available for sale without an invite at said time. OnePlus also wanted to make sure that the invite system is staying put though, 6 days a week you'll still need an invite, of course. This actually makes it a lot easier to purchase the OnePlus One for those who are still interested in the device (and live in a place where the company ships the device), all you have to do is swing by OnePlus' website at the right time and get your copy of the device.

The company has also announced that they'll hold an open sales event in India on February 10 at 10am (IST). Those interested will be able to purchase the OnePlus One device from without an invitation. The company also said that this is a one-time event and that the stock is limited, so keep that in mind if you live in India and looking to buy this thing.

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