Apple iPhone 4 (CDMA)
Replying to: Make Sense by dman22
When ATT did their early upgrades, it only pushed the date 6 months in advance, so you still needed to have a phone for almost 2 years before you could upgrade early.
The only real exception to this was the original iphone, because people bought it unsubsidized, so they could upgrade early because it didn't cost the carrier nearly as much.
They MIGHT allow some sort of early upgrade, but it will be expensive.
If you're really concerned about getting the latest iPhone every year, sign a 1 year contract, this lets you get a new device every 10 months and only costs you a bit more up front.
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