Verizon Upgrade Fee hiked to $30 and 2-year contract to discontinue

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The Verizon-a major US carrier has found raising it’s upgradation fee. Last week the AT&T has made some quiet policy changes in US.
Till last year, Verizon has began charging a $20 upgrade fee to Upgrade your device, but as if now the Verizon’s Upgrade Fee FAQ says that it is now increased by $10.
You’ll encounter the upgrade fee if you purchase a new device at retail price or on a device payment plan.

No two-year contract option

The big red Verizoncarrier has also removed their two year contract option for existing customers. Last year they do eliminated the contract option for new customers and continued subsidies for the existing customers. But the MacRumors says Now those customers must either buy a phone at full retail price or on a device payment plan.

This eliminating news on two-year contract isn’t official announced by Verizonyet, but the Droid Life,MacRumors, and sources on Reddit have all gotten word of the change.

The koe higher upgrade fee makes pretty disappointment to all Verizon customers, hence the existing customer has to pay a $10 more when they buy a new phone.

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