Wednesday, December 28, 2011

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Verizon, do Away with a 1-year contract on 17 April

Many times when a new smartphone gets released are packed with more technology and features than ever before. Naturally with all these new technologies, the price tags of these new devices tend to be much higher than their predecessors. Fortunately, carriers offer various subsidies for those who sign the accord in wireless agreements which made much more palatable when first picked up the price tag of some of the hottest smartphones.They are usually here in the United States carriers tend to offer 2 years or 24 month contracts with the original purchase of the Smartphone. However, some of them also offer a 1-year contracts see the initial price tag of a device, a little higher than it would have a 2-year contract was signed. Verizon, in particular, has been offered contracts for 1-year for some time, but it seems that this is not the case. According to recent reports, Verizon will do away with those contracts for 1-year, with effect from 17 April. Is, according to these reports, the reason is that Verizon feels more customers who sign up for a 2-year contract, however, and that they will still be offered services prepaid and month to month.