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Sprint to Cut One-Year Plans from Offering

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Sep 29, 2011, 9:52 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Sprint has confirmed that it will no longer offer one-year contracts to new and existing customers starting October 2. Customers will only be able to choose two-year contracts after October 2 in order to receive device discounts. Alternately, customers can pay full price for hardware and continue month-to-month service once their current contract expires. Sprint said that the bulk of its customers already choose two-year contracts. Several other policy changes take place October 2, including a new 5GB cap on mobile hotspot service. Sprint is also launching its new CDMA-based DirectConnect service on October 2.

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