RWC4USC

USCC Employee
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RWC4USC last won the day on July 11 2012

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    Samsung Galaxy S3
  1. Is USCC a takeover target?

    Prove it Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk 2
  2. *facedesk* Upgrade Coming Up...Help?

    S4 or Moto X would be my recommendation. Both are flagship phones that you can expect to be fully supported through the end of 2014. Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk 2
  3. Is USCC a takeover target?

    Well said. I was with USCC in the TDMS days, left when the big boys switched to CDMA, but came back when USCC converted to CDMA. Having tried VZW, Sprint and Nextel, I am happy to have returned to USCC as I live in a rural area and travel through northern New England regularly. Their overall coverage is unsurpassed and I have always experienced great customer service.Thank you for sharing your positive experience. It's music to our ears during a time of so many "technical difficulties" Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk 2
  4. Is USCC a takeover target?

    USCC business plan is simple. Provide service to rural areas where the other carriers won't. We are no longer focused on major cities, like Chicago, St Louis, etc. If we are already well established and profitable in a city, of course we will remain in that city. Otherwise, our long term focus and business initiative is on rural areas. Makes sense. Is US Cellular ever going to be able to compete against major carriers like Verizon or At&t? Unfortunately not. So, let's shift our focus towards where we are already strong, and where the other carriers don't care to focus on. Let's focus on rural areas, let's focus on the areas we already have strong coverage. US Cellular is here to stay Sent from my Moto X using Tapatalk 2
  5. Note 3

    The note 3 will be available through US Cellular. And that's not a speculation or assumption. It's a sure fact. Look for the device to land in October. Whether that means October 1st or October 31st was something I was not able to find clarification about. Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk 2
  6. Is USCC a takeover target?

    Also take into consideration that TDS owns more than half of the company. Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk 2
  7. Is USCC a takeover target?

    Being on the inside. And having friends that are much, much higher in this company than I am. . .U.S. Cellular has a 3-5 year plan in place to turn things around. So let's wait to talk about all this selling out in another 3 years minimum. Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk 2
  8. Very disappointed in US Cellular

    It doesn't cost anymore. However they weren't able to prevent you from tethering before, because the electrify is running on gingerbread. That's the difference, if the electrify had a ICS upgrade, like the GS2. Then it also would not be possible to tether. Plz consider other options before jumping on the AT&T ship. Every single pole out there rates them the worst, and there's a reason for that Sent from my Galaxy iPhone X
  9. XFon

    My bad... Good to know that US Cellular will be getting another much anticipated smartphone this year. I almost feel like I called everything that has happened so far a few months ago... But for some reason Snodrog never got around to posting the information I leaked earlier in the year... Yea, just strong speculations at the time, but I did call the Moto X, iPhone, Samsung WP8, and discontinued business with HTC & Blackberry again like 2-3 months ago. Sent from my Turd Sandwich using Tapatalk 2
  10. XFon

    http://www.appy-geek.com/Web/ArticleMobile.aspx?regionid=1&articleid=10186758 Moto X (XFON XT1055) variant for U.S. Cellular shows up at FCC TalkAndroid Wednesday, June 19, 2013 12:34 AM GMT Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside announced just a few weeks ago that multiple upcoming smartphones from the company would be broadly distributed across carriers. Among this next wave of smartphones from Motorola are the “Moto X” series phones that are already gaining a ton of buzz among consumers— and now it looks as though the Moto X (XFON XT1055) has finally hit the FCC as expected. This variant will head to U.S. Cellular (LTE band 12), making that at least four variants of the phone. We already knew of Verizon’s, Sprint’s, and AT&T’s variants— now the only major U.S. carrier without an FCC filing for the device thus far would be T-Mobile. The device is expected to have a Snapdragon S4 Pro dual-core processor clocked at 1.7GHz, hold 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 10MP rear camera, 2MP front camera, 720p display, and Android 4.2.2. All of these specs seem pretty mid-range and they don’t exactly jump out at you over any other phones currently on the market— that’s why we’re expecting some other cool features to come with this phone, such as unique sensors and software by Motorola that will do things such as turn your camera on the moment you pull your phone out of your pocket, and of course other features as well. More news to come as we approach launch date for this highly anticipated device(s)… Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk 2
  11. F7 retail

    To clarify on used devices... If you are in a market like Oklahoma, which has converted to the new TOPS system, they will no longer keep used phones in stock. (corporate stores won't anyways) All pre-owned devices will be Sent directly to the warehouse. It's my understanding that the customer will be able to purchase the used device from the USCC website(much like all of the other carriers) but used devices will no longer be kept in stock at retail (corporate owned) stores... Now with that being said, if the device was in the used inventory, previous to the TOPS conversion, it can still be sold in that store... But the F7 came out after the Oklahoma market converted to the new system. So if you're in Oklahoma, looking for a used F7 at a corporate store, you're going to be disappointed. However, not all hope is lost. Agent locations keep track of their own inventory, and I'm sure they will continue to sell used equipment in store. Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk 2
  12. Excited/Angry?

    As somebody who's been anti iPhone for years, it will be hard for me to support this crApple device. However, I've always said that from a company stand point, I think it's a very good thing to finally offer it. I understand that the average consumer wants what is cool and "in". And the iPhone is a fashion statement to most. In the end, I'm about making money. For myself, and for the company. I can put personal opinions aside, and even smile when offering the iPhone. Because it really is a simplistic device, and some people desperately need simplicity. Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk 2
  13. I've tried delivering this message to the powers that be several months ago, but apparently it wasn't News worthy. So discuss. Does this matter to you? Both companies have had fallen in a slump the past couple of years. I'd be interested in the OneX, but I've never been interested in HTC's crappy reception. And Blackberry, well blackberry is a phone company the refuses to take its product off life support. I give them till the end Of 2014 and their done. To me, US Cellular is cutting their losses. No Harm, No Foul. Sent from my SCH-R530U using Tapatalk 2