Following the surprising record of the OnePlus One week-long flash sales offer, the company has announced a permanent price cut of $50 for the phone.
The company said: "Our experiment was a great success, and we received tons of positive feedback from our fans on social media. But we also know that some of you missed out on the sales. We want to ensure that all of our fans have the opportunity to get the Flagship Killer at this special price, which leads us to some big news: the OnePlus One now starts at $249, permanently."
For consumers in the UK, the 16GB Silk White model is priced at £179 and the 64GB Sandstone Black at £219.
Along with the new lower price, the company is offering a few goodies. OnePlus has partnered with Dropbox to offer a one-year Dropbox Pro subscription. The 64GB OnePlus One is available at $349.
The offer starts on the 10<sup>th of this month and will be valid for a limited period in regions such as the US, Canada and Europe. With the Dropbox Pro, consumers should be able enjoy the following features:
1TB of Dropbox space: Plenty of space to back up, sync, and share files across all devices. Files stored in Dropbox are 256-bit AES and SSL encrypted with two-step verification, so data remains safe and secure.
Unmatched compatibility: Dropbox apps run on Android, iOS and Windows Phone. Desktop apps are available for Windows, Mac and Linux. You can also access your Dropbox in any web browser. Since everything you keep in Dropbox is synced automatically across your devices, you can access your data at any time.
Secure sharing: Send any file to your friends with a simple URL, even if they themselves don't have a Dropbox account. These links can be password protected or set to automatically expire after a period of time.
Image backups: With the Dropbox app for Android, you can choose to have your One's camera images uploaded to Dropbox as you take them.
Users in the UK, head over to OnePlus.net to buy your favourite OnePlus One model.