OnePlus 3 goes out of stock, halts sales in Europe
Right now, we feel it is more than just a mere coincidence but something of a hex that has been placed on OnePlus and the consumers are always on the receiving end of this curse. Just a few weeks after the release of the OnePlus 3, the device has currently gone out of supply in the European region which means that new and interested users won’t be able to get themselves one.
In the days of invites, the move was a better one because it helped to regulate the mechanisms of demand and supply but with OnePlus using the direct purchase option for everyone on their website, it was only a matter of time before this kind of demand problem crept up.
Due to an unforeseen record sale, OnePlus is halting the sale of the device in the European mainland region in a bid to allow its stores stock up with new units of the OnePlus 3 to further cater to interested customers. The European countries affected by this sales stop include Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Slovakia and Spain, to mention but a few.
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