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US Cellular releases LG Splendor for $79.99 on contract

by: Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 10, 2012
U.S. Cellular might not be one of the top four networks in the U.S. market, but that doesn't stop it from competing against the major carriers with its own great service and exclusive devices. Recently, U.S. Cellular released a new exclusive for the midrange market, the Motorola Electrify 2. Now they are offering something new for the budget crowd with the LG Splendor.
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LG Optimus L7 coming to US Cellular as LG Splendor US730

by: Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 4, 2012
LG is improving its mid-range lineup in the US with the addition of the LG Splendor for US Cellular. The Splendor is actually a rebranded, slightly modified version of the international LG Optimus L7, which was first announced at MWC this year.
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Samsung launches another phone in Galaxy series

by: nathanAugust 23, 2012
US Cellular has taken another device and its name is the Samsung Galaxy Metrix. Whether or not the name strikes your fancy, the pricing surely won't. In short, if you live in 4G territory, you pay $130, but if you live in only 3G or less land, you pay an extra $50.
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US Cellular unveils Alcatel One Touch Premiere

by: AdrianAugust 16, 2012
US Cellular has unveiled the Alcatel OneTouch Premiere, a 2.8-inch Gingerbread-based phone equipped with a non-slider full QWERTY keyboard. The Premiere is already up for grabs over at USC’s official website, going for $29.99 with a new two-year carrier agreement.
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Motorola Electrify 2 now available from U.S. Cellular for $179.99, Defy XT to hit stores August 3

by: Bams SadewoAugust 1, 2012

Fresh from the very successful launch of the top of the line Samsung Galaxy S3, U.S. Cellular is hoping to jolt its Android roster some more by introducing two new mid-range phones from Motorola, the Electrify 2 and Defy XT.

The Motorola Electrify 2 is the sequel to Moto’s Photon 4G, which was released a year ago for Sprint. At the heart of the phone is a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, though we’re not sure what SoC it’s sporting since it’s not mentioned. It also boasts a 4.3-inch ColorBoost display, 1GB RAM, 8GB onboard storage, microSD card slot, 8MP rear camera with LED flash and 1080p HD camcorder, and 1,780mAh battery.

If [...]

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Samsung Galaxy S3 now on sale on US Cellular website, coming to stores this week

by: Bams SadewoJuly 11, 2012

Although the big four carriers in the US have already released their variants of the Samsung Galaxy S3, some folks are still waiting for one of the regional carriers to start offering the super phone. The first smaller carrier to step up to the plate is U.S. Cellular, which has officially started taking orders of the Galaxy S3 on its website.

You can now buy the 16GB model of the Samsung Galaxy S3 for $199.99 (after a mail-in rebate), with both the Pebble Blue and Ceramic White color available to choose from. Note that the price requires a data plan.

As for those who like their phone’s internal storage to be bigger, the 32GB model of the Galaxy S3 is up for [...]

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HTC One V officially confirmed as coming to US Cellular and 27 regional carriers

by: AdrianJuly 3, 2012

Less than 24 hours after reporting on Virgin Mobile, the first US carrier to sell HTC’s One V, the entry-level ICS-powered smartphone has been officially confirmed as hitting other networks across the States.

According to an HTC press release issued earlier today, the One V should already be up for sale at US Cellular, but also on twenty-seven regional carriers which are members of something called ACG (Associated Carriers Group).

As far as we can tell, US Cellular’s website still doesn’t mention anything about the One V’s availability, but it’s safe to assume that the handheld will pop up online in a matter of hours or in a day or two, at the latest. Also, if [...]

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US Cellular Galaxy S3 pricing announced, online pre-orders to start on June 12

by: AdrianJune 11, 2012

Now that the US big guys have all announced their plans for the Galaxy S3, you might have already decided what carrier to get the phone from. And although I personally don’t know many people that prefer US Cellular, the nation’s sixth largest telco, you might want to take note of their offer too.

As on all the other carriers in the United States, the Galaxy S3 will be available from US Cellular starting at $199.99. That’s for the 16 GB version, of course, while the 32 GB model will go for $249.99, which is also on-par with what all the other carriers are planning to charge for Sammy’s new flagship.

US Cellular’s pricing, however, depends on mail-in rebates, both [...]

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Official: Galaxy S3 coming to US Cellular, pricing and release date to be announced on June 12

by: AdrianJune 5, 2012

The abundance of Galaxy S3 US pricing and availability news we reported on yesterday was almost overwhelming, but there are still things to be announced. We know that AT&T and Verizon will start taking pre-orders for the phone on June 6, while Sprint and T-Mobile will be releasing it on June 21.

After all the major carriers revealed their plans for Samsung’s flagship, US Cellular has decided to lift the veil and announce the first official bits and pieces about the S3’s availability.

The nation’s sixth largest wireless telecommunications network will start taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S3 on June 12, when all the details about pricing and release [...]

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Samsung: Galaxy S3 coming to 5 US carriers in the following weeks – Snapdragon S4, 2GB RAM, starting from $199

by: LucianJune 4, 2012

The much awaited Galaxy S3 will not disappoint Americans, like it happened last year with the delays that marred the release of the Galaxy S2. According to a Samsung official statement, the Galaxy S3 will arrive in the US in a few weeks, with details to be revealed in the coming days. As we suspected, the device will launch on five carriers: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular.

This is a big improvement over last year, when US customers had to wait not only for the Galaxy S2 to arrive in US, but also had to wait many weeks for the device to hit their carrier. Samsung has clearly learned from the past, and now that they’ve become the world’s [...]

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