OnePlus Announce The One Now Available To Buy In All EU Countries

The first year anniversary of the launch of the OnePlus One is slowly nearing. When the device was unveiled it was also announced that the device would only be available in a handful of countries. In fact, it was sixteen countries in which the device was launched in. These mostly consisted of European countries but also included in the likes of the United States, Canada and Hong Kong. Following on from the initial sixteen launch countries and due to popular demand, it was also announced that the OnePlus was also en route to India. Following on from India, Indonesia was the next country in line to receive the OnePlus One treatment.

Well, it seems as the anniversary approaches OnePlus One are preparing for a much wider availability of the One. OnePlus have announced this morning that their 'flagship killer' device can now be purchased in all European countries. As a result, the countries now added to the OnePlus One able-to-buy list include Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia. This now brings the total number of countries who can purchase the one up to thirty-four.

If you do live in any of the newly added countries, then it is worth remembering that you still do need an invite to pick up the one. However, on Tuesdays, the device can be purchased from OnePlus without the need for an invite. Lastly, to celebrate the launch in the new countries OnePlus have also announced today that they will be holding a few events. These include an event in Warsaw on March 9th, followed by an event in Prague on March 10th and followed by a last event in Budapest on March 12th. For those interested, you can read more about the launch of the One by clicking the source link below and heading over to the OnePlus forums. Are you EU based? Happy to hear that the One is now available to buy in more countries? Will you now be picking up the One? Let us know what you think.

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