U.S. Cellular added a new device to its portfolio – Samsung Repp. We’re talking about an entry-level Android smartphone, made for folks who’re just entering the “smartphone world.” Specs wise, it comes with a 3.2-inch HVGA touchscreen, 3-megapixel camera, 800 MHz processor, GPS, Bluetooth, EV-DO Rev. A and Wi-Fi connectivity, 2GB of built-in storage that is further expandable with microSD memory cards.
The Repp is still not available, but you can sign-up to be notified when it’s “ready.” U.S. Cellular will sell it for $139.99 on prepaid and give it away for free to anyone willing to commit on a two-year contract.
Aside from the Samsung Repp, the carrier also announced a new phone and tablet trade-in program, powered by CEXCHANGE. Under the deal, customers can get up to $150 for their old gadgets, even if they (phones) come from a different mobile operator. You can get additional details from this page at U.S. Cellular’s website…