How does AT next every year WORK?

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How does AT next every year WORK?

AT Next Every Year: Make 24 monthly installment payments and be eligible for upgrade with eligible trade-in when you’ve paid 50% of the full retail price (approximately 12 months). A down payment may be required.

Does AT still have a 2 year contract?

AT Wireless announced that the 2 Year Contract is ending January 8, 2016. Normal Smartphone plans in the USA require shoppers to commit to a 2 year contract. They cannot change phones during this time unless they want to pay an expensive early termination fee, for cancelling their contract early.

How do I check my AT next plan?

View AT Next smartphone installment plan details

  1. Go to Account & services > My wireless.
  2. Scroll and select the device you want to view > Manage device & features.
  3. At the bottom right of the page, select See your installment details.

What is AT next installment plan?

AT Installment Plan with Next Up℠ Become early upgrade-eligible by turning in your current device for a new one after paying off 50% of the device cost. After you pay half of your 36 monthly device payments, plus $5 per month for the AT Next Up℠ option, you’ll be eligible turn in your device to upgrade early.

What happens if I cancel AT next plan?

If you remove the AT Next Up upgrade feature, you will no longer be eligible for early upgrades. You can’t add Next Up back to your installment plan, so make sure you really want to remove it. Any Next Up charges you’ve already paid are not refundable.

How do I get out of AT next plan?

Select Manage installment plan under Billing & payment options (you may have to scroll). Select Learn about or cancel Next Up and follow the prompts to cancel the AT Next Up℠ upgrade option.

Is next up a good deal?

More than the previous scenario, but still fairly respectable. In the end, AT Next Up makes perfect sense for those of you who always want the latest and greatest phones. It’s the most cost-effective way to upgrade your phone as frequently as possible.

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