Monday, August 8, 2022

Experience the Future of Smartphones with Samsung Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra at UScellular

The Samsung Galaxy S22 series devices are now available to preorder at UScellular, along with a deal that shouldn’t be passed up. For a limited time, customers who switch to UScellular can get the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, or Galaxy S22 Ultra for free on select Unlimited Plans OR a free year of UScellular service for up to four lines.1

Additionally, customers who preorder at UScellular are eligible to upgrade to the next storage tier when purchasing 128GB or 256GB models. Details are at

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UScellular is offering the 6.1″ Galaxy S22 and 6.6″ S22+ in Phantom Black, Phantom White, Green, and Pink Gold with 128 or 256MB of internal storage and the 6.8″ S22 Ultra in Phantom Black, Phantom White, Green and Burgundy with 128, 256 or 512 MB of internal storage.2 Prices start at $799, and all devices will be available for purchase on Feb. 25.

Key features include:

  • All three devices are designed to deliver next-level camera experiences, so people can connect and share wherever they are. Advanced Nightography features allow users to snag crisp, clear videos on both the front and back cameras, day or night.
  • The series is equipped with Dynamic AMOLED 2X adaptive 120Hz displays that are designed for the best in gaming and watching. Vision Booster technology enables S22 Ultra’s screen to intelligently adjust brightness throughout the day, ensuring users have the best possible view of their content even in bright sun.
  • The Galaxy S22 series has Samsung’s first-ever 4nm processor on a Galaxy smartphone. It powers advanced AI and ML processing and delivers unparalleled performance for streaming and productivity.
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra brings everything people love about the Note experience — including the fastest, most responsive S Pen ever — to the S Series.
    Purchasing any device at UScellular provides access to a 5G network that was designed for local communities and built with customers in mind.

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