U.S. Cellular discounts Samsung smartphones, intros new prepaid handsets

U.S. Cellular discounts Samsung smartphones, intros new prepaid handsets

Regional carrier U.S. Cellular pinged us today to advise that they are kicking  a new  promotion centered around its Samsung devices.  For a limited time, customers can pick up the newly announced Galaxy S Aviator for $99.99 after $100 mail-in rebate in select markets covered with carrier’s LTE network. Additional deals include the Galaxy S II for $179.99 (with $100 mail-in rebate) and the Samsung Mesmerize at only $49.99 (with instant savings). Oh, and don’t forget that the Galaxy S II is now available in white!

In addition to the Samsung promotion, U.S. Cellular is also adding new models to their prepaid lineup.  Today sees the inclusion of such handsets as the  HTC Hero S, Motorola Electrify and the Samsung Galaxy S II.

As to when the Samsung deals will end remains unclear so we suggest hopping on them as soon as possible!

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