U.S. Cellular offering free add-on lines through 2012

U.S. Cellular offering free add-on lines through 2012

U.S. Cellular is doing their part to help families out this back-to-school season, offering free additional lines of service.  If you are a current subscriber or are looking to pick up service this fall, the carrier is tossing in up to four lines at no cost through the end of the year.  This means that lines 3-6 would be free to use over the remainder of 2012, a savings of up to $80 per month.  Not a bad deal if we do say so ourselves.

Between now and Oct. 18, U.S. Cellular customers can add up to four lines (lines 3-6) to their family plan and get those lines for free through 2012 – a savings of up to $80 per month. Our recently launched promotional Family Plan provides two lines with unlimited minutes and messaging for $99.99, and customers can choose the data plan that best meets their needs, starting at just $10 per line.

Be sure to visit uscellular.com for more information about this and other promotions.

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