Verizon has already introduced some major changes to the way their customers are able to enjoy phone upgrades this year, and it does seem as though Verizon is not quite done and over with this “revamp” just yet. There was a leaked document that revealed that Verizon intends to roll out a spanking new program that they call “VZ Edge”, where VZ Edge will allow customers to spread out the full cost of a device, followed by making an upgrade jump to a new one at any time right after half the amount of that particular device has been paid up – which means, you might not even need to go through the full 2 year contract that most folks do.
It has been revealed in the leaked slide that the VZ Edge plan will launch later this August 25th, so you can be more or less sure that there will be many more rumors coming along this way between now and then. I guess you can say that VZ Edge is a way for Verizon subscribers to prevent the hassle of signing a contract and getting embroiled in upgrade fees, while having the freedom to make ownership of the latest hardware easier than ever before. Is this a possible response to Sprint’s recent Unlimited Guarantee and My Way plan?
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