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US Cellular Black Friday Sale: free Samsung Galaxy S4 with special holiday bundle package

ByinSales & Special Offers | November 24, 2013

Galaxy S4 US CellularThis year US Cellular apparently was in no hurry to reveals details about its Black Friday promotions. The biggest shopping event is less than a week away, and while other carriers announced their deals a few day ago, US Cellular waited until now to inform us about its special offers. It might have taken the carrier a bit long to craft the deals, however, it was worth the wait, especially if you on a hunt for a mid-tier smartphone.

US Cellular Black Friday Sale

Free Galaxy S4US Cellular Black Friday promotion includes 4G LTE phones, such as the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, the 4G LTE Motorola Electrify M, LG Optimus F7 and Kyocera Hydro XTRM, all of which will be available for just $0.01 with a new 2-year contract. The above mentioned handsets are not the only devices that will be offered for one penny. The carrier will have a total of 10 phones priced at $0.01. If you are looking for something more high-end, the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be up for grabs for free with a “special holiday bundle package”.

Some retailers decided to start Black Friday sales a day early this year and US Cellular is no different. In fact, the carrier will have a three-day sale since online and in select stores the deals will start on Thursday and will last through Saturday. There is more. If you are already a US Cellular customer, you can take part in Customer Appreciation Days Pre-sale celebration and take advantage of Black Friday prices starting today.

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3 Responses to “US Cellular Black Friday Sale: free Samsung Galaxy S4 with special holiday bundle package”

  1. Please do you have idea what the phone 7+ plus will cost on Black Friday? I need to buy 2 that day if the price is right….could you please let me know soon

  2. Can you explain the holiday bundle? what is the fee for leaving a contract early?

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