Say Goodbye to Neglectful Cell Phone Providers

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How is your relationship with your cell phone carrier?  All cell phone providers seem the same to me.  They want to keep sticking you with a new contract every time you upgrade your phone.  Or the call service is just horrible at the worst of times.

My husband and I currently have different carriers.  He has one that is cheaper, yet gets nowhere near the coverage as mine does.  Mine is more expensive, but I’m guaranteed to have a signal when he doesn’t.  We would love to have service together, but neither of us want to change.  We can’t agree on a new carrier.  I mostly stick with what I have because I have had them for so long and they all seem the same to me.

This is exactly how many people feel (about 43%) about their wireless provider.  Check out this infographic that shows just how people feel about their wireless carriers.

U.S. Cellular believes that people deserve better.  A mobile phone is supposed to make life simpler and easier to get things done.  By introducing the Hello Better campaign, U.S. Cellular is encouraging people to say goodbye to dysfunctional wireless relationships and hello to a better experience.  Goodbye neglect, hello respect.

They are providing customers with unique benefits such as the industry’s only points-based rewards program, no contract after the first contract ends, free incoming calls and text, free Overage Protection and free Battery Swap for your device.

Those benefits sound very appealing to me.  Especially having no contract after the first one.

How is your relationship with your cell phone provider?

* I participated in this sponsored post campaign for One2One Network. All opinions stated are my own.

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