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AT&T said to be ditching two-year contracts beginning January 8, 2016

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AT&T said to be ditching two-year contracts beginning January 8, 2016

AT&T plans to prevent providing two-year telephone contracts subsequent month, reports Engadget. The outlet on Wednesday revealed an inside report that claims the service will release a “pricing simplification attempt” on January 8 with the intention to successfully eliminate contracts.
And it nonetheless is, because the recent knowledge used to be amassed via an inner report launched to AT&T workers in advance this morning, and initially pronounced via Engadget. The record outlines that AT&T is certainly ditching two-year contracts for all of its telephones, and that the amendment will take impact beginning January 8, 2016. Once that date rolls round, and any day after that, new and upgrading AT&T subscribers won't be in a position to join a two-year agreement — despite the fact that they would like to improve to any other one after the present one ends.
To be transparent, AT&T says the adjustments are for “Individual Responsibility Users,” so it’s most probably it's going to proceed to be offering multi-yr contracts for company debts. The observe additionally doesn’t say anything else approximately units like pills or wearables, which might be lately sponsored.

AT&T is confirming the top of 2 years agreement: 

“With $0 down for smartly-certified consumers, the power to improve early and down cost choices to be had with even decrease per thirty days installments, our consumers are overwhelmingly opting for AT&T Next,” said AT&T in an e-mail to Phonescoop. “Starting January 8, AT&T Next will be the main approach to get a brand new phone at AT&T. This does now not practice to industry consumers beneath a professional wireless carrier settlement.”

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