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    [–] What is the relationship between chronic pain and anxiety? steamonline 1 points ago in ChronicPain

    This is very relatable. No fear for death, and it's a point of pain relief

    [–] Left with no money following miscarriage and hospital stay - how do I make it to payday with the least risk? steamonline 9 points ago in UKPersonalFinance

    People with medical "emergencies" should be down the hospital. A fair chunk of the emergency appointments are given to people who could self medicate from a pharmacy

    [–] Another reason to get a Pixel instead of an OnePlus steamonline 4 points ago in androidcirclejerk

    Pixel 😅😅 OnePlus all the way. When you have issues make sure you do an insurance claim with a third party as OP customer service is awful

    [–] Why is my security camera screaming like a demon? steamonline 18 points ago in techsupport

    Could you share a link of the camera I've been looking at some 😄

    [–] OnePlus has the worst customer service I've ever encountered. Beware, folks. steamonline 1 points ago in oneplus

    They have great products when they work, but good awful customer service, warranty and returns when they don't

    [–] I'm buying a house and my girlfriend is going to be living with me and paying "rent". Anything I need to know? steamonline 2 points ago in UKPersonalFinance

    Cohabitation agreement, seek legal advice, she will need to do the same. I get why you're doing it, I may be in the she position in the near future

    [–] What Car do you drive? How much did you buy it for and what is the monthly/yearly running cost? steamonline 1 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago) in UKPersonalFinance

    1.9 SDI polo 2003 £500 in 2016

    Cost of repairs in 3 year's total £700 (clutch kit, cambelt kit, driveshafts, brakes, hub & wheel bearings)

    Mot £30

    Fuel - £100... changes monthly, but if you're inclined to you can run it on veg oil

    Insurance - dependant on area but £300 a year (under 25)

    It's now on 170k miles and going strong (down to frequent servicing)

    [–] My Oneplus 3T is busted... steamonline 2 points ago in PickAnAndroidForMe

    8gb, but not through choice, it was the only one I could get hold of at short notice

    [–] (UK) Oneplus 7 (non pro) steamonline 2 points ago in PickAnAndroidForMe

    Only downside to the 6t is it has got a slower and less accurate fingerprint sensor. But if you use face unlock this would barely effect you anyway.

    https://www.wondamobile.com/oneplus-6t-128-gb-6gb-ram-dual-lte-sim-free-unlocked.html

    Thank me later :]

    [–] My Oneplus 3T is busted... steamonline 2 points ago in PickAnAndroidForMe

    No problem, enjoy whatever choice you make

    [–] My Oneplus 3T is busted... steamonline 2 points ago in PickAnAndroidForMe

    I’m currently averaging 7-8 hours screen on time per full charge. Easily lasting a day with semi heavy use

    [–] (UK) Oneplus 7 (non pro) steamonline 1 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago) in PickAnAndroidForMe

    I always purchase my phones outright, never in my adult life have I had a phone contract. More so because I generally keep them less than a year and contracts are between 2-3 years now. Gone are the days of 12-18 months.

    Also I use a decent chunk of data (40gb) per month. With EE (imho the best network in the uk) the cost of 40gb+ with a phone like the OnePlus or Samsung s10 gets into around £60pcm.

    Whereas I pay circa 17 pcm for my sim And say 550 for the phone

    That works out at 39pcm over 24 months for both. You try finding that in a combined package.

    Also I’m not tied in on the phone, and the SIM card after 12 months just rolls on at the same cost.

    And yeah getting in with it pretty well. If you’re wanting an upgrade from an old phone but want to keep costs down I would say check out the 6t at reduced prices online. OnePlus are great for updating their old devices as much as their new ones, I’ve owned 4 of their devices now.

    [–] (UK) Oneplus 7 (non pro) steamonline 1 points ago in PickAnAndroidForMe

    I bought mine outright, if you can't afford to, I would suggest the likes of a 0% credit card. Pay it off over say 6 months, and get a sim only contract at a much better price point than a phone contract.

    [–] My Oneplus 3T is busted... steamonline 2 points ago in PickAnAndroidForMe

    I have the op7, no complaints here. Nice flat screen, at a much more attractive price point, with rubber seals everywhere so in essence water resistant/proof. Also performance is the same as the pro. It's only downfall is 1 less camera, notch and a 60hz panel; these aren't deal breakers in my opinion.

    [–] China Version Oneplus 7/Pro Aliexpress steamonline 1 points ago in oneplus

    I’m uk, so deal with China. It’s awful

    [–] China Version Oneplus 7/Pro Aliexpress steamonline 1 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago) in oneplus

    I’ve been buying from aliexpress when it made its transition from alibaba. Warranty I’m not massively fussed about as OnePlus customer support are terrible, I’ve dealt with them before, and well, never again.

    Only other choice of retailers are EE and 3, neither of them will let me buy outright.

    I also get student discount if I buy from OnePlus directly so the total cost for OP7 256gb would be £525, but aliexpress if there’s no customs would be £400. That’s a big saving. I never usually keep a phone long enough to worry about issues 2 years down the line. Average length I keep my devices is 8-10 months

    Edit : ordered from Amazon in the end, no bargains but quick, easy and will be with me in the next working day

    [–] China Version Oneplus 7/Pro Aliexpress steamonline 1 points ago in oneplus

    EE run on band 3,7,20 for 4G which the CN version has

    [–] China Version Oneplus 7/Pro Aliexpress steamonline 2 points ago in oneplus

    from what i have seen they are all chinese versions with the "Official Global Rom" loaded before they are shipped