Big Changes at U.S. Carriers
We've seen a number of big changes at major U.S. carriers ahead of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus release date.
AT&T's upped its activation fee on two year contracts. AT&T is also the only place that you'll be able to buy the iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus on-contract as Apple no longer sells the phone with a two year agreement. AT&T's also tacked on a new $15 AT&T Next upgrade fee, just in time for the iPhone 6s' arrival.
Verizon's done away with two-year contract ahead of the iPhone 6s launch and now customers are left with a new set of data plans to choose from. Make sure you get acquainted with changes these before the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus arrive.
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