Looking to pick up a new Android device but having trouble deciding which device to get and which carrier to select? US Cellular is trying to make things enticing for customers by offering $100 off smartphones starting today, and the savings is instant. With this discount you can get the infamous HTC Merge for free, the Motorola ELECTRIFY for $149.99, and the Android-powered Samsung Repp and Huawei Ascend II can be yours for the low price of just a penny.
Right now customers who switch to U.S. Cellular and choose one of its value-packed plans also receive double rewards points that can be used towards faster phone upgrades and free phones, ringtones and accessories. U.S. Cellular offers the only points-based rewards program in wireless along with other unique benefits, like Overage Protection and Battery Swap, which is one of the reasons it has the happiest customers in wireless.
Not bad, USCC. Anyone jumping at this one?
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