If you signed up for wireless service before August 2013, you may have signed a three year contract. Since then, the CRTC has implemented the Wireless Code that limits contract terms to a maximum of two years. There is a provision in the Wireless Code stating that as of June 3, 2015, all 3 year contracts expire after 2 years. However, there is currently a court ruling pending on this matter. If you are in a three year contract right now, at the longest, your contract will expire three years after you signed it, but pending the decision of the courts, you may be able to upgrade earlier without paying early termination fees.