Sometimes what can seem like a cheaper deal, can suddenly cost you a fortune in cancellation fees. If your fees are particularly high, it’s often worth waiting your contract out.
If it’s just an issue of money, yet you’re happy with the actual service your network provides, it could be worth talking to them and seeing what they can offer you. It’s much more expensive to acquire a new customer than retain an existing one, so if they think they can save your business by offering a compromise, they may well do it.
Now is also a good time to think about whether you want to keep your current phone number. If you do wish to keep it, you’ll need to apply for your new contract before your current one expires, as networks cannot transfer deactivated numbers.