U.S. Cellular intros unlimited 4G LTE plan

U.S. Cellular intros unlimited 4G LTE plan

U.S. Cellular is today announcing an unlimited 4G LTE data plan, just in time for the busy holiday shopping  season.  For a limited time, you can can opt for the carrier’s 4G LTE plan for only $40 per month and add add tethering option for $20 more.

The carrier is also offering $100 instant rebates on select smartphones, including the Galaxy S III ($199) and the Huawei Ascend Y (1¢).  What’s more, those who purchase any U.S. Cellular smartphone or tablet can get the 4G LTE Samsung SCH-LC11 hotspot for free.

U.S. Cellular recently expanded its 4G LTE service to more reach customers in Iowa, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Wisconsin, and rolled out 4G LTE service to some of its leading markets in Illinois, Maryland, Missouri, New Hampshire, Oregon, Vermont, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia.

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