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You could try a consumer law attorney or a business litigation lawyer. You would not be bound to the new agreements or new terms since you never signed them or agreed to those new terms.
As to the agreements that you did sign, you could sue to hold them to the terms of those agreements. Or, since they terminated those without your consent, you could argue that you are now excused from having to hold up your end of the deal. If you go this route, then you just need to go and return the phones and pay the amount that you for use of them until now. If they will not accept the phones or payment, just be sure to document date, time and person to whom you attempted the tender.
This can be resolved by filing a declaratory judgment action and getting a court order that says that under the terms of the agreements and as per the circumstances that followed, you do not owe them any extra money and they are not to report this to the credit bureaus and if they already have to amend their reports to withdraw any negative remarks.