AT&T's early upgrade plan, called Next, is winning over customers.
That's according to AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega, who said Next was exceeding the company's expectations for the plan's adoption rate. He projected 10 percent of its customers will sign up for the plan in the fourth quarter.
Next is one of a wave of plans that debuted earlier this year. It allows customers to put no money down for a smartphone and, instead, pay for the phone in monthly installments. The primary feature of the plan is the ability … Read more