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T-Mobile lets customers upgrade phones twice a year

Stephen Lawson | July 11, 2013
T-Mobile US will let its customers switch phones twice a year under a new service announced Wednesday, the company's latest move to set itself apart from its larger rivals.

In March, the company introduced plans that let consumers pay for a new phone in installments rather than sign a two-year contract. Though these plans require subscribers to pay off the device if they cancel their service early, the monthly hardware payments end after two years, while regular subsidized phone plans stay at the same rate. T-Mobile's plans can cost less over time, according to TechHive

 

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