The two-year contract may soon be ancient tech history.
Sprint is the latest US carrier to abandon plans that give customers subsidized phones for two-year contracts, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. Verizon did the same last week, and T-Mobile stopped offering the plans two years ago. CNET Update explains the changes and benefits of monthly phone payments:
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