White Samsung Galaxy S II now available from U.S. Cellular

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| Published: April 13, 2012

White Samsung Galaxy S II U.S. Cellular

Less than two months after U.S. Cellular launched its own Samsung Galaxy S II variant, the carrier has begun offering a white version of the handset. The white Galaxy S II features the same specs as the black model and is now available from U.S. Cellular for $179.99 after $100 mail-in rebate and two-year contract. U.S. Cellular's also offering the Mesmerize at $49.99 on contract, and the Galaxy S Aviator is still available for $99.99 after $100 mail-in rebate and two-year contract for customers in a U.S. Cellular LTE coverage area. U.S. Cellular subscribers not in an LTE area can expect to pay $199.99 after $100 MIR and two-year contract for the Galaxy S Aviator.

U.S. Cellular has also added a trio of Android handsets to its prepaid roster: the HTC Hero S, Motorola Electrify and Samsung Galaxy S II. The Hero S is the cheapest of the bunch with its $299.99 price tag, and the Electrify and Galaxy S II are both priced at $399.99.

It's not a shock to see U.S. Cellular add a white version of its Galaxy S II to its lineup considering that other U.S. carriers with the Galaxy S II have done the same, but it's good to see that folks on USCC have the option of snagging a pearly white GSII as well. The latest additions to U.S. Cellular's prepaid lineup are also welcome, and for folks that don't mind passing up a subsidy and going the prepaid route, the pricing for the Hero S, Electrify and Galaxy S II seem pretty good. If you think so too, grab your wallet and head on over to U.S. Cellular's website or into your local store and get to shopping.

Via U.S. Cellular Facebook, Android Central

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