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U.S. Cellular drops price for unlimited prepaid data to $55 per month

For customers that fall under the U.S. Cellular banner, the network has just announced a significant price drop for its prepaid unlimited data option. U.S. Cellular has dropped the price for prepaid unlimited data to just $55 per month, down from $70 per month. The regional carrier has also unveiled a [...]
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