Who the fuck cares what it's going to be called? It's still going to be the 5th iPhone so tentatively calling it the iPhone 5 makes more sense than calling it the 4G.
I believe it does However, I'm not sure if this rule will apply to the iPhone. The contract terms could be different..Yeah 3 years, but they said they been testing it for a year or two or something like that.
Also, I hear Verizon is going to end it's 1 year early upgrade and extend its new every 2 to 20 months. Is this true? And if so, does it affect users currently on contract?
I'm raging. But atleast I get to use it one more time.
I'm going to wait til the end of this year to see if a new iPhone get released.
Via the FAQIn either case, you will be able to redeem your New Every Two credit one more time for an upgrade for up to six months from the New Every Two Redemption Date.
If you just got re-enrolled into the new every 2 deal, then after completing 20 months of your contract, you will have 6 months to use the credit.If I just got an upgrade a month ago, will I be able to get a free phone 2 years from now? Or is it 6 months after the date of removing it?