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Motorola Milestone hits the U.S. with Cellular South

Motorola Milestone for Cellular South Well now, this is a pleasant surprise. Today Cellular South announced that it is now offering the Motorola ...
by Michael OrylAugust 11, 2010

Cellular South now offering HTC Hero Android 2.1 update

HTC Hero for Cellular South While it doesn’t come as an over the air download, it is now possible for Cellular South customers to manually update ...
by Michael OrylJuly 21, 20101

Cellular South to offer HTC Hero for only $99.99

It seems that those crazy folks at Cellular South are going to upstage Sprint by offering the same HTC Hero, a fantastic device, for a mere $99.99 with contract.  It has also opened ...
by Michael OrylOctober 5, 2009178

Cellular South to offer the same HTC Hero as Sprint

HTC Hero for Cellular South It appears that rural U.S. carrier Cellular South is going to offer the same chinless CDMA version of the HTC Hero as ...
by Michael OrylSeptember 22, 2009158

Cellular South to offer an Android smartphone this year

This won’t really matter to many people, but small U.S. carrier Cellular South announced today that it is going to offer an Android based smartphone to its customers this ...
by Michael OrylJuly 21, 2009144
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