A new report suggests that T-Mobile is preparing to announce a new plan that will allow customers to upgrade their smartphones at any time. The new plan, called “Jump,” will reportedly let customers “upgrade when [they] actually want to” and as often as they like for the same price as a new customers, The Verge reports. An earlier report from TmoNews claimed that the company will require subscribers to trade in their current smartphones to qualify for each upgrade, and they will also apparently have to pay monthly “membership fee.” The program is different from anything else in the industry today. Verizon and AT&T recently changed their upgrade policies, forcing customers to wait a full 24 months before upgrading to new devices. T-Mobile is expected to announce the new Jump plan at a press conference in New York City on Wednesday.