Are Contracts MADE for upgrading?

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  1. AttackAniPod

    AttackAniPod Banned

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    Title says it all.
  2. iMikkie

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    No, when your contract is coming to an end - you can ring and cancel it. However if you like the network, you could try and haggle some extra minutes, texts and internet allowance and maybe a good phone (iPhone ;P or some other top of the market phone) for a reasonable price. As they don't want to loose a customer or loose money.
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    yeah pretty much the contract keeps you locked on to their network for 1 or 2 years and they offer new phones at a discount to try and get you to stay with them when your contract ends +0
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    only good thing about a contract is you get a cheap phone... e.g. in the UK you can get the phone for about £180 + £35 p/m 18m contract, but if you have a bit more money at the beginning you can get the phone from e.g. apple for e.g £500 & get a cheap sim only contract for e.g. £10/£15 which comes out cheaper in the long run + you can change phones as often as you want

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