U.S. Cellular bows trio of new prepaid options

U.S. Cellular bows trio of new prepaid options

U.S. Cellular today announced three new prepaid voice, text, and data plans for subscribers which go into effect immediately.  Available for a select number of Android models, the no-contract options range between $35/month to $65 per month.  Each comes with its own allowance of minutes and text however the low end plan does not include data.

New prepaid plan options include:

    • Nationwide unlimited voice, unlimited messaging, 2GB smartphone data – $65/month
    • Nationwide unlimited voice, unlimited messaging, 1GB feature data – $50/month
    • Nationwide 400 minutes voice, 400 text messages, 400 picture messages – $35/month

The Android smartphones that are eligible for the plans include the Samsung Galaxy S II, Motorola Electrify, HTC Merge, Samsung Mesmerize, Huawei Ascend II, HTC Wildfire S, and the Samsung Repp.

New and existing U.S. Cellular prepaid customers may choose from one of three new prepaid plans that feature voice, text and data options to ensure that they select the plan that best matches how they use their phones… Prepaid customers enjoy the flexibility to change plans whenever their needs change, so existing U.S. Cellular prepaid customers may keep their current plans or are free to switch to a new plan.

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