Verizon Wireless Ending Popular 'New Every 2" Upgrade Program
|Thursday, 13 January 2011|
Verizon Wireless Ending Popular 'New Every 2" Upgrade Program as of 1/16/2011
According to the Wall Street Journal:
Hello iPhone, Goodbye Upgrade" ["Verizon officials have confirmed what SmartMoney was told by Verizon sales reps at a number of stores around the country: The company is ending its popular 'New Every Two' program, which offers Verizon subscribers a credit of $30 to $100 toward a new phone every two years. ... All of this adds up to more out-of-pocket costs for Verizon customers. With the New Every Two perk, a longtime customer with a $100 credit could get the iPhone4 for $99.99 – half off its new-subscriber price of $199.99. When the program ends, new subscribers will no longer be eligible for those discounts.
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