OnePlus launched the OnePlus 7, 7 Pro and 7 Pro 5G back in May 2019, and all three phones are now available to buy.

Though since supplanted by the OnePlus 7T, the OnePlus 7 is still worth considering if you can find it, especially since it’s now cheaper than ever. The 7 Pro, more excitingly, features a 6.67in 90Hz Fluid AMOLED display and a pop-up selfie camera. This removes the notch and maximises screen space. The 7 Pro also features a triple-lens rear camera. 

Read our reviews of the OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7 if you still need to decide – and how the two phones compare.

The 7 Pro 5G version includes the additional X50 modem that allows the phone to connect to 5G networks once they’re available. See our separate round-up of the best 5G phones deals for other 5G options to consider.

Also see our round up of the best OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro cases.

We’re keeping an eye on the best prices for the new OnePlus 7 phones, both SIM-free and on contract, and will be adding more retailers and deals once they become available – so watch this space.

Where to Buy OnePlus 7 & 7 Pro SIM-free

OnePlus 7 RRPs (see options at OnePlus):

  • 6GB RAM/128GB storage: £499 (UK only)
  • 8GB RAM/256GB storage: £549 (UK only)

OnePlus 7 Pro RRPs (see options at OnePlus):

  • 6GB RAM/128GB storage: £649/$669 (Mirror Gray)
  • 8GB RAM/256GB storage: £699/$699 (Mirror Gray, Nebula Blue, Almond)
  • 12GB RAM/256GB storage: £799/$749 (Nebula Blue)

Right now you can pick up the OnePlus 7 Pro SIM-free directly from:

If you’re thinking of buy either phone on its own, see some fantastic SIM-only deals to go with it.

OnePlus 7 trade-in deals

OnePlus offers discount on new phones if you trade-in an older model too – whether that’s a previous OnePlus or a phone from another company.

If you own a OnePlus 6T, you can trade that in too for a value up to £190, while a OnePlus 6 could get you £170, with even more available from some rival flagships. See OnePlus’s trade-in program to see how much your old device is worth.

John Lewis trade-in deal

John Lewis also has a trade-in promotion now where you can get up to £330 off the OnePlus 7 Pro when you trade in your old phone (iPhone, Samsung, Google or OnePlus) or Apple Watch. For the full £330 you would have to trade in a fully working unlocked iPhone 8 Plus (256GB), but other models can still save you a pretty penny. See how much your phone is worth over at Square1.

Where to buy OnePlus 7 & 7 Pro on contract

Three Mobile is your best bet for finding a contract deal right now on the 7 Pro (non-5G, that is). The network offers the OnePlus 7 Pro in Mirror Grey with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. We’ve highlighted a couple of the deals we like:

We’ll add more networks and contract deals as soon as we see them.

OnePlus 7 Pro contract deals price comparison

Our tool below also helps you browse through and compare all OnePlus 7 Pro deals across the web. If you can’t see our price comparison tool at all, click here for a version of this page optimised for your device).

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Oneplus 7 contract deals price comparison

You can pick up the OnePlus 7 (non-Pro model) from EE with prices starting at £39 per month with a £30 upfront cost, for 10GB data, unlimited minutes and texts. Head over to EE to see its other deals, though you can use our price comparison tool below to compare rates across other providers.

BT Mobile also has plans on the standard OnePlus 7 starting at £35 per month and no upfront costs for 1GB of data with unlimited minutes and texts. View this OnePlus 7 deal and others with more data at BT now.

If you can’t see the tool at all, click here for a version of this page optimised for your device.

Where to buy OnePlus 7 Pro 5G

The OnePlus 7 Pro 5G was originally available exclusively through EE in the UK, but has since also joined the BT 5G lineup – which makes sense, since they’re part of the same company. 

EE’s cheapest 5G plan gets you 10GB data, unlimited minutes and texts for £49 per month and £50 upfront.You can choose from two add-ons as well (“Swappable Benefits”) like a Music Data or Video Data Pass for unlimited streaming, global roaming or BT Sport – or drop to 1 benefit and up the data to 30GB for the same price. View this plan over at EE right now.

Meanwhile BT’s cheapest plan is a little more at £57 per month with £50 upfront, but nets you 12GB of data (6GB plus a ‘6GB data boost’) along with unlimited minutes and texts.

You can find plans with cheaper or no upfront costs and higher data over at Affordable Mobiles, Phones.co.uk, Fonehouse, and BuyMobiles.net.

OnePlus 7 student deals & discounts

Students can get up to 10% off OnePlus products, including discounts on the OnePlus 7, via Student Beans. To qualify, you would need to sign up for a StudentBeans account.