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In a radical shift, the company will only offer new plans that require customers to pay for their own smartphones. Also, device access fees and buckets of data remain.
The move is part of AT&T's ongoing strategy to eliminate smartphone subsidies among third-party retailers and convince more customers to go the installment route.