U.S. CellularU.S. Cellular has been having trouble adding customers for the past couple of weeks. The operator has started an initiative to fix this problem where potential customers in certain cities will be able to test a qualifying phone and the carrier’s network for one week.

As the official U.S. Cellular website says, there is no commitment or no pressure whatsoever. In other words, after one week, the customer has the option to either sign a contract with U.S. Cellular or simply walk away at no charge.

While the carrier isn’t apart of the big four operators in the U.S., it still offers some of the same awesome devices, such as the Samsung¬†Galaxy S3 and the Note 2. There are very few U.S. Cellular stores letting you test drive its network; to see if you live near one, be sure to hit the source link below.

Brad Ward
Residing in Eastern Michigan, Brad is a lover of all-things Android. Technology has always been a fascination for him. His first phone was the Motorola Atrix 2 with a recent upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. He enjoys gaming, weightlifting, reading, creating ideas and most of all, writing.