Verizon bumps smartphone subsidy upgrade wait time to full 24 months

Verizon bumps smartphone subsidy upgrade wait time to full 24 months

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New iPhone-owning Verizon customers may have to wait a little bit longer before upgrading to the next iteration of Apple's smartphone, as the nation's largest carrier announced on Friday that it was extending the wait period on device upgrades to a full two years.    ...
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