OnePlus One Launched In Malaysia, Goes On Sale Via Retail Stores For First Time

OnePlus is the Chinese company has now ended invitation system to sell its smartphones directly, and finally started in Malaysia. OnePlus One hits the store shelves of the leading service provider Maxis in the country, will sell One smartphone without invites. With this approach, Malaysia becomes the first region to get the smartphone without invites, but through stores.


With yesterday’s announcement, OnePlus has made the smartphone invite-free forever globally, and started it in Malaysia. Maxis outlets across the country will be retailing OnePlus One from April 22, tomorrow. For other details, follow us below.

Pricing for the 64GB Sandstone Black OnePlus One will be available with the MaxisONE Plan at RM859 and off-contract (factory unlocked) price starts at RM1199 respectively. With one year warranty with one month free after sales services at Maxis Centers nationwide, which includes any one to 1 device swap until the May ending.

The co-founder of OnePlus, Carl Pei also said,

As we grow, it is increasingly important to work with the right partners who will provide the best experience for our users. Going offline is a first for us and we’re very happy to have found a solid partner in Maxis with whom we can take our first steps.

Dushyan Vaithiyanathan, Maxis’ Head of Consumer Business, said:

In the Internet age, we know what our customers crave: the best devices at competitive prices. We are proud to be working with another cool and innovative brand that holds such individuality around the world. With an attractive MaxisONE plan package and a superior data network, our customers can expect nothing short of a thrilling mobile experience.

The company also said, starting mid-May immediate support for the OnePlus One smartphone will be available through all walk-in and collection centers as well.

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