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This Week’s Burning Question: How Often Do You Upgrade?

June 13, 2013 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Last week we asked our readers how much data they use normally per month, and the most popular answer was 2-5GB per month. Which is probably due to the fact that most carriers offer 2GB of data. So the results of our poll weren’t too surprising, at least to me. Now it’s a new week, and time for a new question to get you, our readers, more involved. We love reading over comments from our readers, and this feature helps us with that.

This week we’re talking upgrades. With AT&T recently changing their upgrade cycle from 20 months to 24 months, following Verizon, we wondered how often our readers upgrade their phones. We here at Android Headlines upgrade our phones probably more often than most people. But since our job is to know everything about the latest and greatest phones, it’s kinda hard not to upgrade every 6 months or so. I usually upgrade my phone about every 6 months. But I’ve had my Nexus 4 for about 8 months now, so I’m itching for the “Next big thing”, and trying to wait for the Moto X or the Galaxy Note 3 which both should be announced late Summer or early Fall. Most of our other writers upgrade between every 6 months to a year. Which is pretty common among Android enthusiasts, which is a requirement to work here.

So how often do you upgrade your phone? Is there a particular phone that you are holding out for right now? Leave a comment below and let’s see if we can get this conversation going! We love learning more and more about our readers, it really helps us.