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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by NougatDude, Jan 4, 2017.
Is this still possible? Thanks
It is possible. I have device payment plan and was able to keep my UPD. Or buying outright will keep your UDP.
But it isn't possible in the traditional sense of "upgrade" that most people use. I.E. $199 for a new phone.
I have this plan with Verizon. Requirement is pay 50% 0ff of phone purchase price either via monthly payments or one time deal for upgrade to next phone. My only question is if I decide to pass on the next iPhone 7s / 8, whatever, will I be eligible for the next reiteration?? Will have to check with Verizon on that.
Yeah, the contracts seem to be done with. There are sometimes indirect options similar to that, like a device payment plan when there's a special or a sale going on of some sort and the cost is something like $10/month or even less.
Any official word from ending all 2 year contracts?
Not sure if there's anything official (so far), I guess mostly going by information like that at http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php/1891953-Verizon-2-year-contracts-ending-01-05-2017/
I've been a part of that thread. If nothing comes out by Verizon I don't see it happening.
Yes to what (and how)?
You can upgrade and keep UD
For a little while longer at least
What does that mean?
Well Verizon 'officially' stopped 2 year contracts except for some reason via their website. They are terminating at least out of contracts that have exceeded 200gb/month. More to come I imagine.
If you use that much you should be booted.
They will let you make device payments which is new.
I had to buy my 4S and 5S out right to keep UD.
They raised the price to $50 per month for data in order to allow device payments.
Ddp is not that new. But there are suspicions that they are/will go after any udp that aren't in contract so I suggest that if you can upgrade do it now.
It is for UD users.