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Upgrading after a year?

Discussion in 'Alltel Forum' started by rockluvr1988, Mar 28, 2009.

  1. rockluvr1988

    rockluvr1988 Junior Member
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    Can you upgrade your phone after a year? I have the lg scoop right now and I really don't like it. I'm just wondering.
     
  2. MrObvious

    MrObvious Senior Member
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    If you get insurnace and the phone goes EOL (which I doubt) then you could upgrade that way. The only other options are to buy outright or pay the ETF. You could always sell your phone.
     
  3. rockluvr1988

    rockluvr1988 Junior Member
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    I figured it out. My mother is due for an upgrade so she is going to get the phone I want and then after a week or so we are going to change my phone to hers and hers back to her old one because she still loves it.
     
  4. bandit390

    bandit390 Junior Member
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    If the primary line on a family plan has 1 year or less. You can do an upgrade for a $20 fee. If its 4 months or less on the contract, theres no fee.
     

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