If you want to buy the iPhone 6s on a two-year contract with AT&T you better hurry.
Internal documents from AT&T leaked online this morning revealing the carrier plans to finally kill the two-year contracts it’s offered long before it become the first carrier to sell the iPhone.
According to the document obtained by Engadget, starting on January 8th the only way customers will be able to buy new phones will be to either pay for the device in full, or making installment payments over time with the company’s Next plan.
An AT&T spokesperson confirmed the upcoming change to The Verge, saying that customers are overwhelmingly choosing AT&T Next when they buy a new device.
“Starting January 8, AT&T Next will be the primary way to get a new smartphone at AT&T,” the company said in a statement. “This does not apply to business customers under a qualified wireless service agreement.”
The change will apply to all AT&T phones, including flip phones and feature phones. AT&T stopped offering contracts through partners like Best Buy and Apple earlier this year, but you could still subsidize the costs of a new phone by visiting the AT&T Store to sign-up for a contract.