The company is asking for $299.99 to claim the 5.7-inch smartphone with a two-year contract, which is in line with what Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile are asking for their contracted version. Alternatively, US Cellular customers can choose to pay $32.09 per month for 24 months. Finally, there's the option to get the phone without a contract for $770.16.
With five US carriers now offering pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 4, which one will you choose to pick from?
Source: US Cellular