I'm not sure if this is where I should post this, or what to do!
So my phone is having some issues, probably because I have dropped it alot in the time that I have had it.
Most of them I can handle, but the main one is that I have to turn the device in a certain direction to get it to charge, and now tonight it is saying it's charging, but when I pull it off to check the actual battery life, it isn't charging at all.
This isn't such a big deal, I need a new phone anyway BUT:
I don't have insurance of any sort on this phone, and my contract with AT&T is up in May.
So am I going to have to cancel my current contract and start a new one to get a new phone, and if so am I going to have to pay an outrageous cancellation fee?
Am I able to get a replacement phone, either the one I have, or just some really cheap thing for the four months I have left even though I have no insurance?
Or do I have to go phoneless for 4 months and am just totally screwed?
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