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It's not often that you see a Samsung device running stock Froyo through official channels, so feast your eyes on the update recently release for the Acclaim on US Cellular that takes your QWERTY slider from Android 2.1 up to 2.2. You can't do this one over-the-air, which is a pretty big pain in th

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Though fellow regional carrier MetroPCS has been arguably the most aggressive carrier in all of North America in getting LTE live, it looks like US Cellular is taking a slightly more laid-back approach. At a conference in New York today, USCC's CFO announced that they're looking at deploying one LTE

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Targeting \"customers making their first foray into the smartphone frenzy,\" regional carrier US Cellular has put together a new data-focused, all-inclusive plan called \"Primary Plus\" that should meet the needs of a pretty wide swath of its subscriber base. The $69.99 package bundles 450 voice minutes

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Hard to say exactly what these guys have in store, but mega-regional US Cellular is chatting up a grandiose new marketing campaign entitled \"The Belief Project\" this week, promising a full unveiling of the details on October 1. From what we can see on USCC's teaser site, it'd seem that the promotio

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HTC's Desire is undoubtedly one of the headline Android devices of 2010 so far -- and heck, when you're using the already-great Nexus One as a starting point and re-upping it with an optical pad, physical buttons, and Sense, it's hard to argue otherwise. US Cellular has now become the first carrier

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Right on time, US Cellular's CDMA-flavored version of the HTC Desire is now available for a nickel under $200, making it the undisputed big dog in the regional carrier's lineup (its first Android device, the Samsung Acclaim, launched a few weeks back). What you get for your hard-earned money here i

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