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Effective today, U.S. Cellular customers looking for a new Android 4.0 experience can now get their hands on the HTC One V. Priced at $129.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate,
U.S. Cellular has revealed the pricing for their version(s) of the Samsung Galaxy S III, and, unsurprisingly, they’re not any different than the other carriers. Consumers looking to grab the 16GB
Pre-sales begin June 12 at which point pricing will be revealed.
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
The carrier is the first of its kind to preload the app and curate titles for its customer base.
The regional carrier is offering discounts on a number of devices, including the brand new Galaxy S Aviator.
LTE, LTE, LTE… US Cellular can finally turn the page from the standard 3G offering into the latest and greatest 4G network. With the arrival of the Galaxy S Aviator,
HTC nailed the Mobile World Congress event by announcing a trio of new Android devices. One of them was HTC One V, which was introduced as a “Value” device. The
U.S. Cellular just dropped us a line to advise that their version of the Samsung Galaxy S II is now available online for $229.99 after $100 mail-in rebate. Hitting stores
A new “limited time” web-only promotion from US Cellular kicked off yesterday to include a $100 activation credit for customers activating any plan and any device. Several Android devices are also marked
U.S. Cellular has become the latest carrier to announce the Samsung Galaxy S II as part of their Android lineup. Stopping shy of giving us a specific launch date, we
A couple weeks ago we learned all about US Cellular’s plans to get in the 4G LTE game. Today they announced future plans for the second half of the year.
When people are searching for a new smart phone they usually head to one of the four major carriers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile). Oftentimes the smaller regional carriers are forgotten,
U.S. launched a tablet and a smartphone today, both with LTE capablities, and both from Samsung. First is the famous Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G, and it’s not much different
US Cellular, the carrier with the highest call quality and network satisfaction is close to launching its own 4G LTE network. With a plan to cover 25% of their customer