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Test drive the U.S. Cellular network before you sign on the dotted line

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Test drive the U.S. Cellular network before you sign on the dotted line
Saying that "You deserve to know what to expect from a wireless network before you sign on the dotted line," regional carrier U.S. Cellular is starting a program that allows potential customers in specific cities to test a handset along with the U.S. Cellular Tier 2 network for one week before signing a two-year contract. The mobile operator has had trouble adding new subscribers and has tried several different plans to bring in a steady flow of business.

The beauty of this test drive is that after one week, the customer has the option of signing with U.S.Cellular or simply walking away. The cellular carrier may not play amongst the big boys, but does offer some of the same toys they do including the Samsung Galaxy S III and the Samsung GALAXY Note II. The Samsung Galaxy S4 will also be available to U.S. Cellular customers.

source: U.S.Cellular via FierceWireless

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posted on 05 Apr 2013, 11:50

1. sheik (Posts: 249; Member since: 12 Sep 2012)


Too bad there is no contract based sales and concessions in india.. Almost Every device is sold unlocked and costs a small fortune

posted on 05 Apr 2013, 14:27 2

2. wumberpeb (Posts: 427; Member since: 14 Mar 2011)


Its called a 14 day return policy... everyone has one, what's the difference with this? get a phone, try it out for 14 days, return it before the 15th day and you can go back. what am I missing?

posted on 05 Apr 2013, 15:02

4. TheMan (Posts: 402; Member since: 21 Sep 2012)


Precisely. Every carrier has the buyer's remorse out with its agreement. The only difference here is how the paperwork might be handled.

posted on 05 Apr 2013, 14:50 1

3. Omarc07 (Posts: 240; Member since: 12 Nov 2012)


I would but there's no US cellular over here in los Angeles haha.

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