We previously caught wind of this via a leaked document and now Verizon has made the bad news official. The carrier has quietly changed its early upgrade policies, ensuring that the New Every Two program will be coming to an end for customers and after January 16th, meaning that new customers will not be enrolled in the New Every Two program and existing customers will not be re-enrolled after they take advantage of their next discounted upgrade. The promotion had previously introduced discounts of up to $100 below the new-subscriber pricing for many devices, including some high-end smartphones that would typically set you back $200.

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