U.S. Cellular rings bells this festive season with “All Phones Free” sale

U.S. Cellular Logo We last penned down about U.S. Cellular when it was spotted unfurling the trendy LG Optimus U. The network operator uplifts the entire festive mood by offering each mobile phone for no cost, including the newest Android-powered smartphones from December 17 to 24, 2010. The carrier also offers a $100 credit to new customers snapping up a smartphone or existing users adding a new smartphone line.

Individuals have a wide array of Android-powered phones to choose from this holiday season such as the HTC Desire, LG Optimus U or Samsung Mesmerize. The company states that all handsets, including the BlackBerry Bold and Curve can be picked up for no extra charges after mail-in rebates. These mobile phones are backed by U.S. Cellular’s high-speed nationwide network and exciting benefits of The Belief Project.

“Our extensive lineup of cutting-edge phones offers something for everyone. We have devices and plans for heavy texters, business people, music fans, gamers and folks who want a basic phone without the advanced features,” commented Edward Perez, vice president of marketing and sales operations for U.S. Cellular. “The All Phones Free sale is the perfect opportunity for customers to find the one that best fits their lifestyle.”

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The Samsung Mesmerize and HTC Desire come equipped with vibrant touchscreens and 1GHz processors. Powered by Android 2.2 technology, the LG Optimus U sports a virtual QWERTY keyboard with Swype technology. The BlackBerry Bold and Curve bundle together interesting features and leading-technologies. Users who love calling, texting and taking pictures can grab the Samsung Profile Freeform, Samsung Exec, Motorola Grasp and LG Mystique.

Individuals can now snap up these attractive handsets for free from any U.S. Cellular store until supplies last.

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