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New every 2 and early upgrade confusion on my part..

My answer may be in some of the previous posts but if so I have not been able to understand it, so here is my question.  I have always purchased 1 year phone contracts with my cell phones.  However, last August when I upgraded my phone the salesman suggested that since I was the primary line (because I have a blackberry and am able to get a discount through work on the blackberry fee) I should purchase the phone with a 2 year agreement in order to get the phone cheaper and would still be able to upgrade to a new phone a year later.  My question now is: Am I still going to be able to upgrade my phone in August or has this new deal screwed me and is going to make me pay my local verizon store a visit and make a HUGE complaint and see what they can do for me since my past is clearly shown 1 year contracts?!?!  Thanks for your help!

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Re: New every 2 and early upgrade confusion on my part..

Customers can upgrade their device and receive promotional device pricing when they meet their device upgrade eligibility dates. Early upgrades for the primary line time frame is 13-20 months from the last upgrade date with being on a calling plan of $49.99 or higher.