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May 19, 2015

Two-year contracts to be abandoned by AT&T next month

by John_A

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The days of two-year contracts being the standard procedure for customers buying phones are numbered. Like T-Mobile already has, AT&T is expected to abandon two-year contracts.

On June 1, the carrier is expected to leave behind two-year contracts in favor of its AT&T Next program. AT&T Next allows customers to pay for their phones over the course of twelve, eighteen, or twenty-four months. The carrier believes that simplifying the purchase options is what customers want and their Mobile Share Value plans work perfectly with AT&T Next.

Both local dealers and national retail stores will follow the new protocol; however, local dealers, customer service, and AT&T’s website are all able to follow through with two-year contracts. It will just take a few days to receive the device in the mail.

Products offered by AT&T that are not phones will still be available with two-year contracts.

Source: Droid Life

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