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Verizon’s Edge plan now lets you upgrade your phone after 30 days, but it’s still a bad deal

20
Jan
2014

Verizon has made a tweak to its Edge phone upgrade plan, which the carrier rolled out in the summer as a response to T-Mobiles own no-contract, early upgrade policies. (As always, its worth noting that this is a horrible deal for Verizon customers, who end up essentially paying a phone subsidy to Verizon twice on this plan). The earlier you upgrade, the less time youre paying Verizon two phone subsidies (the monthly Edge payment as well as the phone payment already built in to your contract) — but its still not a good deal, just a less bad one.

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