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New flexibility for AT&T Wireless customers

AT&T has announced that starting in November, customers who want to change a calling plan don't have to extend their current contract or enter into a new contract.

And if customers want to exit their contract early, there will be no constant flat termination fee -- rather, that fee gets smaller and smaller during the length of the contract. That means you'll pay a larger termination fee in the beginning of a two year contract, and you would pay less if say there were only two months left in the contract. This "early-termination policy" will start in early 2008 for new and renewing wireless customers who sign one- or two-year service agreements.

Click here to read AT&T's press release.


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