“The big change is supposed to go into effect on January 8, according to internal documents obtained by Engadget,” Gamet reports. “Along with the end of two-year lock-in contracts, customers won’t have an option for subsidized phone prices and will instead have to pay full price up front, or spread out their device payments as installments.”
Gamet reports, “AT&T hasn’t officially announced the contract policy change, but it’s a safe bet we’ll see that in the next few days.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Good riddance!