Samsung has announced that its massive 6.3 inch Galaxy Mega phablet will launch in the US on August 22nd via AT&T for $149.99 with a two year contract, with Sprint and US Cellular to follow.
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US Cellular has confirmed it will sell its first Windows Phone 8 device, the mid-range Samsung ATIV Odyssey, starting with online sales today and in its stores on Thursday.
A new report shows that US Cellular should soon begin selling the Samsung's ATIV Odyssey smartphone, which should be the first Windows Phone 8 device for the US's fifth largest wireless carrier.
A post on the U.S. Cellular Facebook page confirmed that the nation's fifth largest wireless provider still plans to sell at least one Windows Phone 8 product, with details to be revealed in May.
US Cellular, the nation's fifth biggest wireless carrier, is offering a $40 a month unlimited date plan for its 4G LTE smartphones, but the offer will only last until January 31st.
US Cellular has quietly started offering the ZTE Render to its customers, making the Windows Phone 7.5 smartphone the first such ZTE phone to be sold inside the United States.
US Cellular has become the latest US wireless carrier to confirm it will offer smartphones based on Windows Phone 8 when Microsoft's next mobile OS launches later this fall.
Samsung has announced that five US wireless carriers, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless and U.S. Cellular, will all launch the Galaxy S III smartphone for their networks sometime in June.
Even though the iPhone 4S is selling out for the four US wireless carriers that offer Apple's device, US Cellular's CEO has said that Apple's terms don't make the iPhone profitable for her company.