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US Cellular offers customers to sample their network without signing a contract

US Cellular give customers the option to try out their network before signing the dotted line
| Connectivity & Communications News | Posted: Apr 7, 2013 1:09 am

US Cellular is trying something new for their would-be customers, where they're offering up some play-before-you-pay trials saving customers from signing a two-year agreement, to only be disappointed with US Cellular's network performance.




The offer is for just selected markets, starting off with Eureka, CA, Klamath Falls, OR and Knoxville, TN. Some carriers already offer this, but what happens here is that you don't need to actually sign a contrat in order to get any of the equipment to test their network out. US Cellular will instead offer a loan device, with three on offer: Motorola's Electrify M, Samsung Chrono 2 or Samsung Galaxy Metrix, which can be used for eight days with 500 minutes, 500 texts and 1GB of data included.


This is a great way to test out their network, to see if it's worth a dive into a two-year contract on a new device.


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