Have you been thinking about getting a smartphone? Or even upgrading to one? U.S. Cellular wants to help you save money and join them. I am impressed that U.S. Cellular has included the entire family for this awesome deal. I feel safer knowing that my children have a cell phone, so I know I can reach them anytime.
From now until April 21st, U.S. Cellular is offering their family-sized buy-one-phone-get-five-free deals:
•Customers who buy a Samsung Mesmerize (a Galaxy S device) for just $99.99 can get up to five LG Optimus U smartphones free
•Customers can buy one Samsung Messager Touch for $29.99 and get up to five Samsung Profiles free!
They want to sweeten the deal and have offered to hold a giveaway right here on Bookroom Reviews! Thanks U.S. Cellular! Make sure before you enter that you are in a U.S. Cellular coverage area so you can redeem the gift card. You wouldn’t be able to use it if you aren’t. With the gift card you can buy all those cool accessories for your new smartphone.
The prize pack will include:
2 stadium cups
1 cinch up backpack
3 jotter memo notebooks
1 baseball cap
1 LED flashlight
1 $25 US Cell gift card
Mandatory Entry: Comment which U.S. Cellular phone you would buy.
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- Contest ends on April 5th at midnight.
- Winner will be chosen by Random.Org
- Winner will be contacted by e mail. If no response in 48 hours, another winner will be drawn
- US entries only No P.O. Box
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