U.S. Cellular has reduced the price of its unlimited prepaid data plan from $70 to $55 per month. In addition, if customers sign up for one of U.S. Cellular’s prepaid plans that cost $40 or more, they can get a Moto E4 Plus or Samsung J3 for free for a limited time.
The company also introduced a new 3GB high-speed data plan for $40 per month and a plan exclusively available at select national retailers that includes 1GB of high-speed data for $35 per month.
“At U.S. Cellular, we provide our customers with the freedom that comes with unlimited data along with the flexibility of a prepaid plan, all at an unbeatable value,” said Grant Leech, vice president of brand marketing for U.S. Cellular. “Combined with our current deal on two popular smartphones from Samsung and Motorola, now is the best time to switch to U.S. Cellular Prepaid.”
Google Rolls Out Unlimited Data Plan for Project Fi Wireless
This week, Google introduced unlimited data plan for its low-cost wireless service known as Project Fi. The Company introduced a new Project Fi feature called Bill Protection that caps data usage charges at certain levels regardless of how much data is actually used.