02-28-2014 5:12 AM
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02-28-2014 5:24 AM
02-28-2014 5:35 AM
You can be eligible for Next and not be eligible for a new 2 year agreement.
Which is probably the case since ATT is extending Next eligibility to customers under contract. I believe anyone who is at least 6 months into their contract are now eligible for Next.
02-28-2014 7:42 AM
You can see when you are eligible for an upgrade with a two-year contract by logging in to myAT&T. In most cases (as of tomorrow), your contract expires one day before you are eligible to upgrade.
03-03-2014 9:55 AM
Hello @Aye24. @21stNow is correct and if you want to see any additional details regarding contract end dates, please check out our support article View your wireless contract end date for additional details!
For account specific help, please send a private message to ATTCustomerCare
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03-19-2015 2:16 PM
You can see when your contract ends on your AT&T account online . Look at your billing details or your user information. It should all be there.
03-19-2015 2:45 PM
Why are you responding to year old posts?
03-19-2015 4:29 PM
Excuse me! Man, everyone is touchy. I didn't realize how old it was. Getting tired of people jumping on others just because they post their opinions...no matter how old they are. This is a forum.....are there rules on who and when someone can post?
03-19-2015 5:01 PM
I will now be sure and look at the date before I post.....but it still doesn't hurt to add information no matter how old a post is.
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