Leave your current wireless service provider for U.S. Cellular, and the company will pay your ETF or equipment balance up to $350 per line. And unlike the four major U.S. carriers, U.S. Cellular still offers subsidized phones and two-year contracts. For example, with a signed two-year pact, you can pick up the LG G Flex 2 for a thin penny. The carrier also is offering equipment installment plans, and consumers always have the option of paying the full retail price at the time of purchase.
If you have a tablet, you can add it to your current U.S. Cellular account for just $5 a month. To get that rate, you need to have a Shared Data Plan, sign a two-year contract, and pay up to $40 to activate the slate.
As of the third quarter of 2015, U.S. Cellular had 4.8 million customers in 23 states. That places U.S. Cellular behind Sprint as the fifth largest carrier in the U.S.
U.S. Cellular is offering a plan with 6GB of data for just $40 a month
3. Get $300 for switching and trading in a smartphone and another $350 to cover your ETF or equipment installment balance
source: U.S.Cellular via AndroidCentral