Verizon reportedly jumps at chance to copy T-Mobile’s UNcarrier policies

T-Mobile last week announced a new program that allows customers to upgrade their smartphones more often. The JUMP initiative, which stands for Just Upgrade My Phone, is the company’s latest attempt to differentiate itself from Verizon, AT&T and Sprint. While rival carriers only allow contract customers to upgrade to new smartphones once every 24 months, T-Mobile’s plan allows subscribers who pay an extra $ 10 per month to trade in their devices and upgrade to a new smartphone up to two times per year for the same price as new subscribers. A new leak suggests, however, that at least one other carrier may follow in T-Mobile’s footsteps. According to Droid-Life, Verizon is preparing to announce a new program that would allow

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