Want a Bolt but should I take a 1 or 2 year contract?

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    I have two out of three lines eligible for upgrade. My D1 has until July but I can get $100 off with a 2 year for total of $99 or get a 1 year contract for $229. I like the idea of a shorter commitment and $129 isn't a huge amount of money but is there really a chance that another cell company will have a better network/service before 2 years? Is my fear of commitment rational?
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    Not a chance IMHO.....
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    Agree if you want the best network stay with Verizon.. If you can go 1 year then I would do it.. I only signed a 2 year on my TB cause I was using an early upgrade.. If you sign the one year then you will be able to upgrade sooner, or if you are happy in 10 months then just stay with the TB and know that you can upgrade whenever you want at that point.. witha 2 year you have to wait 20 months before upgrading again..