3 responses to “AT&T Releases Details on Prorated ETFs”

  1. Shane

    So it would take 35 months to tick this down to zero. Otherwise it is still $55 to buy out your contract in the last of your 24 months. I guess it is better that they are pro-rating but what happened to the 24 equal segments that add up to the total. Oh well.

  2. Jose

    Well they have to recover their money somehow

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