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Oct
GALAXY Note II Product Image_Key Visual

U.S. Cellular customers, if you've been chomping at the bit to get your hands on the latest behemoth phone from Samsung, today's your day. The Note II is now available directly from the regional carrier's website, as well as in stores.

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Of course, to grab the latest flagship from the Korean manufacturer, it's going to cost you. Three-hundred dollars worth of cost you, to be exact. You'll also have to commit to being exclusive with the provider for the next two years, but you probably already knew that. If all that sounds acceptable to you, hop on over the U.S. Cellular's Note II page or stroll yourself to the nearest brick and mortar store.

Cameron Summerson
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  • jacob

    "You'll also have to commit to being exclusive with the provider for the next two years, but you probably already knew that. "
    That is provided you haven't already completed a 2 year agreement. If you have and are on,m or switch to, a belief plan, you receive the discounted pricing without having to sign any "exclusivities"

    • http://www.facebook.com/bosox1814 Jerod Day

      It's only 2 years if it is the first onctract for that line of the phone. After a line has been under contract for 2 years you no longer have contracts so you can opt out at anytime. The 2 year agreement is to get the discounted price of the phone.

  • akellar

    $400 - rebate. Apparently USCellular hasn't caught up to the other providers that went away with rebates on their high dollar devices.

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