Goodbye 20 month upgrades
Another reason to avoid subsidized equipment.
Since it's a change in your contract. I wonder if you could get out of your contract without an ETF?
No. I suspect the change will only apply to *new* contracts, so there will be no impact on the current base, which will still get one last upgrade at the 20 month interval.
At least, that's what they did when they dumped the 12-month early upgrade a few years back, and there were no contract impacts then.
"Device payment plan" that Vzn is supposedly launching today isn't as good as T-Mobile payment plan, Vzn seems to have it's self confused for a bank charging a $2/mo financing charge, they're a wireless carrier, not a bank!
And they want it paid off in 12mo's, whereas T-Mobile allows 24mo's to pay off.
I have a very, very tight budget, and going to T-Mobile is the only way for me to get a *NEW* smartphone w/o adding to my very tight budget.
Going from the Samsung Droid Charge to the Galaxy S4 will be a very BIG jump for me in the smartphone experience.
A friend let me borrow an old T-Mobile smartphone, I drove from Derby to West Hartford using Google Navigation, did some sp...
Maybe a new smartphone isn't what you actually NEED.....