OnePlus 2 gets $40 price cut, 64GB model available for $350

After a discount on the 16GB version of OnePlus 2 the users of its 64GB version are also included among the lucky ring. OnePlus has extended the price cut on its flagship device the OnePlus 2 to bigger circle. After discount the OnePlus 2 64 GB variant is available for $350 against the initial price of $390. This makes it the cheapest phone among the phones running Snapdragon 810 chipset.

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And the most interesting part of the discount offer is that it includes those users who have already purchased their 64GB OnePlus 2 within last 15 days. The buyers who have purchased the OnePlus 2 for $390 will get a straight $40 refund.

OnePlus was recently witnessed with an aggressive strategy in the smartphone market expending the scope of its flagship devices. Recently the company announced free shipping for all orders on its website that extend $100. This offer was followed by the scrapping of its invitation strategy for the OnePlus X. The OnePlus X is now being sold without the need for invitation, which helped reaching the potential users fastest of company’s previous phones. The change in the invitation strategy was widely welcomed in the smartphone market.

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Following the scrapping of shipment charges and invitation policy the neat price cut by OnePlus is being discussed from various angels. There are several reasons being discussed among the smartphone enthusiasts following the advanced steps by the OnePlus. But the company explains the myth behind its forward moves as the result of reduced cost.

According to the company explanation the growing scale of company’s productions and falling prices of device components the company is facing a low cost in production. With lower cost the company is able to make devices at low cost, slash prices and give discount offers to its users. However, OnePlus seems to be following a strategy to extend the availability of its devices and strengthening its device base by adopting some forward and promising steps.

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