US Cellular Revises Shared Connect Plans, Includes More Data

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Beginning today, US Cellular has revised its Shared Connect plans, offering a more “streamlined” experience for customers. According to US Cellular, the plans bring more data and bonus value, which you probably won’t hear anyone complaining about.

To lay it out, it appears that each tier of the Shared Connect plans have gotten a bump in data. That goes for the 2GB plan, all the way to the 24GB plan. With the revisions, the 2GB plan starts at $30/month, while the most expensive, the 24GB plan, costs $100/month. There are three plans that plop in the middle of those two plans. More pricing information can be viewed below. 

Each Shared Connect plan comes with unlimited talk and text, with customers allowed to change their plan at any time. Additionally, those with the 16GB plan or higher can now take advantage of calling and texting to Canada and Mexico, plus data usage controls.

For additional details, be sure to check US Cellular’s website.

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