U.S. Cellular Adds City ID to Wireless Services
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Dec 2, 2008, 9:43 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Today U.S. Cellular announced a new caller ID service that it is offering to its subscribers. The new caller ID service will not only show the number of the caller, but also the city and state from which the call is originating. The City ID feature includes data from 20,000 U.S. and Canadian cities. The service is available on the LG UX585 and Samsung Delve R800. Customers can subscribe to City ID for $1.99 per month or a one-time purchase of $34.99, added directly to their bill.
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MetroPCS offers this already. US Cell a copycat
heres the link
Is their a lawsuit coming? 😁
Also, since most of a person's calls are in the address book, there would be no need.