It is unfortunate that they cancelled this plan and hope that it isn't any indication that the other big 3 might do the same. I am not too familiar with Sprints version of it but I know it didn't seem too appealing and since many budget minded customers are on the Spring maybe upgrading their devices more often no matter how much cheaper was still financially not appealing enough.
Verizon, and especially AT&T's, implementations are not appealing at all they are WAYY over priced and inconvenient i would rather straight buy a phone I can resell on my own every year. I am with AT&T and would love nothing more than a new device more often but not when it is going to cost me more than if I just buy and sell myself.
T-mobiles twice a year upgrade plan though is brilliant. It is much cheaper, offers you more, less fine print, and offers you more upgrades in the same length contract cycle. Between this upgrade plan and them offering to pay off customer contracts on other networks, I have seriously been considering switching from AT&T whom I have been with for 7 years now.
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