According to Droid-Life, starting on June 1st, it will be more difficult to get new two-year contracts at AT&T. Although, it needs to be stated that this is a report and AT&T has not confirmed anything yet.

With that being said, Droid-Life explains that AT&T Next will replace two-year contracts. In some situations, it will be customers’ only option, for example, at National Retail locations.

On and after June 1st, supposedly, you can still sign up for a two-year agreement at Local Dealer locations via Direct Fulfillment, which means you would order the phone in the store, and it would be shipped to you days later. Contracts will also be available at Company Owned Retail locations, customer service, and at&t.com. Lastly, two-year contracts will still be available for tablets, basic phones, Internet of Things, and for some bundle offers.

Once more, this information should be taken with caution and assumed to be false until AT&T says otherwise.

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