Hi everyone, I know AT&T no longer allows two-year contract upgrades at third-party sellers, such as the Apple Store. I've seen the math where people break out how the Next upgrade path is more expensive for most users but honestly I'm having trouble wrapping my head around it all. Here's my situation: My brother wants to upgrade (he damaged his older iPhone) and my entire family is on a shared family plan with AT&T. Five lines with individual data plans for each one of us. My brother and I are on old 2GB data plans and the others are on unlimited data plans still. My brother is eligible for the two-year upgrade now (plus the $40 upgrade fee) but he would have to go to an AT&T retail store to do this from what I understand, not an Apple Store. He barely uses data but I doubt it makes sense to go to a data share plan because it's nice that the other family members still have unlimited data. In his case, is it better to upgrade to a new iPhone using Next or the two-year contract upgrade with a $40 fee? On our family plan each addition line is $9.99 and his and my 2GB data plans are $24.99, so he is currently out of contract going month-to-month with his portion of the family plan cost coming out to $35 plus taxes. Thanks for any insight!