Four new Simple Connect pre-paid plans now available from U.S. Cellular

Four new Simple Connect pre-paid plans now available from U.S. Cellular
U.S. Cellular has announced four new plans for its Simple Connect pre-paid service. Starting at $30 a month for those sporting a basic phone, this plan comes with 500 minutes of voice, and unlimited texts. For those rockin' a smartphone, U.S. Cellular's pre-paid offerings start with a plan priced at $35 a month. For that money, you get unlimited talk and text, and 500MB of high-speed data. Go over that cap and your data sped is throttled to 1X. You see, there are no overage fees with the carrier's Simple Connect Plans.

If you're willing to go to $45 a month, you will have unlimited talk and text and 2GB of high-speed data. $60 a month gets you unlimited talk, text and 5GB of high-speed data. And if you spend $50 toward your pre-paid plan in advance, U.S. Cellular will double your money by giving you an additional $50 in credit by subtracting $5 off your bill over 10 months. If you're not sure how much data you need, there is a monthly data calculator on U.S. Cellular's website.

The nation's fifth largest carrier has a wide selection of handsets including the latest iPhone models, the Samsung Galaxy S6, and more. You can buy any of them without having to lock yourself into a two-year pact. If you are within the carrier's coverage area, and you're interested in U.S. Cellular's pre-paid plan, click on the sourcelink.

source: U.S.Cellular via AndroidGuys



1. JunitoNH

Posts: 1946; Member since: Feb 15, 2012

Is this a 1990s adv? Per minute charge, and super low data allowance.

2. AmitMajumder

Posts: 178; Member since: May 21, 2012

Why are the cellular plan prices Super high in the states? I mean for the same price of $45 (almost) we get 15GB of LTE data, unlimited calls, unlimited music streaming on the carriers' app.

3. icdvtrvt

Posts: 43; Member since: May 05, 2014

They are high b/c they have you by the b**ls in some states where you don't have the option of a GSM (H20) carrier unless you stay in the cities or the CDMA carriers (Boost, Virgin) where you have the same thing. If you stay in the cities the options are great, but if you travel throughout the state, your options definitely dwindle. Sure there are quite a few MVNO's for Verizon, but sometimes they don't even work out if you travel out of state.

4. javy108

Posts: 1004; Member since: Jul 27, 2014

I have unl high speed data for less than 35$ in Honduras... and is the only thing good about living in here, cause phones in here are overpriced, iphone 6s in here is over a thousand dollars (the 16Gb version). I dont like Apple BTW, is just to give you and idea about how overpriced the phones are in here.

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