AT&T Next 18 is now 24 months installments instead of 26

AT&T Next

On June 8, 2014, the monthly installment plan changed from 26 to 24 months monthly installment payments. The AT&T Next installment plan enables customers to upgrade to a new smartphone every 12 months (20-month AT&T Next installment plan) or every 18 months (24/26-month AT&T Next installment plan).
Customer are standard-upgrade eligible after paying 12 installments (20-month AT&T Next installment plan) or 18 installments (24/26-month AT&T Next installment plan), and if the account is in good standing. After payment of the 12th (20-month plan) or 18th (24/26-month plan) installment, customers can either choose to trade their smartphone (in good working condition) and select a brand new device, with two convenient options:
Start over with a new installment plan or perform a two-year agreement upgrade. Choose to keep their smartphone and make the remaining payments.

Customers who purchased a tablet through AT&T Next before November 20, 2013, are able to trade in their tablet one time and upgrade to a new tablet based on the tablet offers at the time of upgrade. Customers are upgrade eligible after paying 12 installments, if the account is in good standing (not available at Local Dealer).

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Amazon Fire vs. Apple iPhone 5s vs. Samsung Galaxy S5

The smartphone market is full of handsets offered by various manufacturers. Now Amazon is also testing the waters of the smartphone industry with the launch of its first smartphone, Amazon Fire.

With the latest Amazon smartphone the company will have hope to give stiff competition to other smartphones such as the iPhone 5s and the Samsung Galaxy S5.┬áLet’s see how the latest Amazon Fire stacks up against the iPhone 5s and the Galaxy S5.

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The iPhone’s Fingerprint Scanner Is About To Get Really Useful

Wouldn’t it be cool to log into your banking app on your smartphone using your fingerprint instead of that string of capital letters, numbers and symbols known as your password?
For iPhone owners, those days could be near and another reason to select the iPhone 5S instead of the 5C model. Customers will want this and the other features like the M7 chip and the A7 64 bit.
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AT&T increases activation fee by $4 for customers with 2-year contracts

AT&T Mobility (NYSE: T) bumped up its standard activation fee for customers who choose a two-year contract from $36 to $40. The change comes as AT&T customers are increasingly choosing to forego contracts in favor of financing their devices through AT&T’s Next handset upgrade program.

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