Port your number to U.S. Cellular and the carrier will offer an additional $100 when you the trade your old handset for select Samsung smartphones, including the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and more.
U.S. Cellular is also attracting prospective Samsung smartphone customers by paying off up to $350 toward their old contract if they switch to the carrier.
"For a limited time only, activate a select Samsung device and you'll get an extra $100 on top of your old Smartphone's trade-in value," stated U.S. Cellular.
The latest offer is valid on a number of Samsung smartphones, including the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note Edge and Galaxy Note 4. Customers need to port their old number to U.S. Cellular and purchase a new Samsung phone from the carrier through a Retail Installment Contract on a Shared Connect Plan.
To be eligible for the offer, a credit approval is required and customers have to pay $25 toward the device activation fee. A customer must also enroll in the Device Protection+ plan for smartphones that have a monthly charge of $8.99.
The latest offer is valid only in select U.S. Cellular stores, and any other promotional deal cannot be combined.
Customers will get "two $50 U.S. Cellular Promotional Cards" valid when used for purchases either at U.S. Cellular stores or on online.
Once a customer has switched to U.S. Cellular, the customer will have to submit the final bill from their old carrier detailing the Early Termination Fee (ETF) charged. This process has to be done within 60 days of activation of the U.S. Cellular connection. Subscribers can either upload their bill or send it to the address mentioned in the company's offer page. Eligible claims will receive ETF of up to $350 in the form of a U.S. Cellular Prepaid Card.
Samsung launched the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge in March, and the handset was released in April. Both smartphones pack in impressive specs that a customer needs in a top-end phone.
The latest offer from U.S. Cellular on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge may entice many customers who are looking to buy new high-end handsets.
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