AT&T has increased its early upgrade and no-commitment prices for new phones. Early upgrade pricing affects those who want to get a new handset but are not eligible for an upgrade, while no-commitment pricing affects those who do not want to sign a new contract.
For early upgrades, pricing will go up to $50 for smartphones and $10 for other phones. For no-commitment deals, fees will increase by $50 for smartphones except for the iPhone and $20 for other phones.
AT&T spokesman Seth Bloom told CNET in an e-mail that "as mobile devices become more … Read more