Ever since AT&T was the last major cell phone contract bastion to bite the dust, carriers have been falling head over heels to offer contract-less options that were somewhat negating the need for their previous prepaid offerings, so those plans had to be adapted, too.


All major carriers have had those crappy prepaid phones for a while now, for folks who don't really have the wherewithal to endure two-year contracts, or the credit history to get a subsidized expensive phone with set monthly outlays. The death of two-year contracts forced them to rethink the prepaid ...


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