AT&T has announced that starting June 9th of this year, subscribers of the wireless carrier who decide to pay off their handset on a monthly basis will only have a couple of options available to them. Indeed, the second biggest mobile service provider in the United States has decided to simplify its smartphone financing plans by only offering two plans -- AT&T Next Every Year and AT&T Next. Right now, AT&T’s mobile installment plans currently offer four options, but the wireless carrier is planning to streamline them to just a pair about a couple of weeks from now.
According to a report by Fierce Wireless, Republic Wireless is planning to offer service on both GSM and CDMA networks possibly in March or April of this year. On top of that, the budget friendly wireless carrier will also be debuting a new payment option for mobile devices in the next few months.
AT&T has announced a new addition to its AT&T Next plans. The new plan is called AT&T Next 24 and it will be launching on November 9th of this year. The AT&T Next 24 will join other existing Next plans currently offered by the carrier. There is the Next 12, which lets subscribers to upgrade their smartphones after completing 12 regular monthly payments, and there is the Next 18, which allows customers to upgrade handsets after 18 monthly regular payments. Accordingly with the soon-to-be-launched AT&T Next 24, subscribers will be able to get a new smartphone for $0 down and then spread the full cost of the device for over 30. When they have completed 24 monthly payments, they will be able to upgrade to a new device.
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