AT&T’s Next 24 plan lets you buy a smartphone in 30 monthly installments

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AT&T already has Next 12 and Next 18 installment plans which lets you pay off the smartphone in 20 or 24 monthly installments. The carrier has now unveiled a new Next 24 plan which extends the luxury to 30 months. Under this plan, the pricing of the smartphone is broken down into 30 equal monthly payments, meaning you’ll have to shell out lesser every month.

On the eve of this announcement, AT&T also mentioned that customers that activate a new line through Next will get a $150 bill credit. Next 24 also allows you to upgrade to a new smartphone after 30 months have elapsed, assuming that the device is still in working condition. This means that you’ll have to wait longer if you want to upgrade to a newer device, which could be a concern for some customers.

AT&T will continue to offer Next 12 and Next 18 plans as usual, so customers can still opt to choose those plans if Next 24 is too lengthy. Would you prefer Next 24 and spend less each month or have the option to upgrade sooner? Let us know below.

Source: AT&T

Via: Android Central

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