The good news is that most carriers are offering great deals on wireless phones if you should make the LNP leap,
and even throwing in deals to allow you to swap phones every year for no or low-cost to keep up with the technology. The bad news is you may be asked to ink a two-year agreement for these perks. Also, if you presently have a contract with AT&T Wireless, you may have to pay an early-exit penalty of dropping out before the agreed time is up. This fee could equal several hundred dollars. Our advice: Wait a bit to see who acquires AT&T Wireless and then make your decision after the dust settles. You may find yourself in a better wireless neighborhood, without having to go through the hassle of early termination fees and phone swaps.
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