“Over the last week, first T-Mobile, then AT&T, introduced new plans for upgrading phones,” Ogg reports. “Instead of having to wait until the end of a two-year plan to upgrade to a new device without penalty, T-Mobile’s Jump and AT&T’s Next are giving customers the option to upgrade to a new phone (or tablet, in AT&T’s case) every six months or once every year, respectively.”
Ogg reports, “Depending on the progress AT&T makes converting existing customers or attracting new ones to the Next plans, that could put an end to the two-year-plus upgrade cycle most U.S. customers are used to and end up increasing iPhone sales.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Dan K." for the heads up.]
AT&T Mobility unveils fast-upgrade ‘Next’ plan – July 16, 2013