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    Us Cellular prepaid

    Been using a prepaid with them since last month. Got the 5 gigs for 45 and after my recent trip I wonder why anyone uses the post paid as roaming worked well and my signal was similar to my wife's postpaid for 1/2 the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevdogg32901 View Post
    Been using a prepaid with them since last month. Got the 5 gigs for 45 and after my recent trip I wonder why anyone uses the post paid as roaming worked well and my signal was similar to my wife's postpaid for 1/2 the price.

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    Depends on how much roaming they allow on prepaid. Back when I had them post paid every time I left my small town I was roaming lol.


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    Lol If I had USCC today, in southern Oregon it would work but come up to Portland, OR and it’s 100% roaming.
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    I had US Cellular prepaid for about 6 months before I switched to Sprint (Couldn't pass up the free unlimited everything for a year promo), and the coverage and roaming limits are the exact same as their postpaid service. The only reason to go postpaid with them is if you are financing a new phone. If you are BYOD, prepaid is a no brainer.

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