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U.S. Cellular Intros $50 Unlimited Plan

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Jan 31, 2014, 12:00 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

U.S. Cellular today unveiled a new no-contract plan that offers unlimited voice, unlimited messaging, and 500MB of 3G/4G data for $50 per month. Users who exceed 500MB of data in a single billing period will see their speeds throttled for the remainder of the billing period. Alternately, customers can choose a plan that includes unlimited talk and text plus 2GB of data for $65 per month. The new plans can be paired with smartphones and don't require customers to sign two-year agreements.

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Jan 31, 2014, 12:33 PM

500MBs/2GBs. . .

Either 500mb's, or 2gb's, both equate to NOTHING!!! And no people "wifi" is not everywhere, and where it is it's secured.

Mobile, or nothing it is for me.
For me school and work both have secure internet and at home I choose to have internet because I have a laptop, and a roku. So between those 3 places I have secure WiFi but LTE is faster in all areas I only use WiFi during Holidays when cellular netwo...
I'm pretty sure Us Cellular is prepaid which is definitely not intended for heavy data users such as yourself. I have been getting by on T-Mobile's 1500 Talk/Text and 30MB of edge and granted it has been miserable but I didn't go into it expecting a p...
haven't we already been through this. For the average user that is enough data.
I am enjoying my unlimited data with verizon I have 3 lines, one for me and one for my wife and then I have a line that is just used as a mobile hotspot because I can't get internet where I live. I use lot's and lot's of data and I laugh at anyone who...

Feb 1, 2014, 7:55 AM

I think the point everyone is missing...

You don't get charged any overage so be it the 500 mb or the 2gb plan you still have unlimited throttled data. Just download a bunch of naughty videos and you should be fine. The real problem is U.S. Cellular's phone selection and coverage.
Phone selection? They have the note, s4 and iPhone and many other phones? Have you taken a look at them lately as far as that goes? Coverage is one thing but the phone selection is getting there with them.
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