The Art of Random Willy-Nillyness: Say Hello to Better! U.S. Cellular introduces the Hello Better Program. #HelloBetter
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Monday, September 17, 2012

Say Hello to Better! U.S. Cellular introduces the Hello Better Program. #HelloBetter

At the moment, I am very satisfied with my mobile phone service. But that has not always been the case. A couple of years ago I had a Blackberry and was under contract from a huge wireless phone provider. It was not pretty.

It was virtually impossible to get a signal at my house. It was so frustrating because my phone would ring and I would literally have to walk out to my driveway and side yard to find a signal.

When I tried to get rid of the service, I was going to be charged an arm and a leg. The people in customer service were rude and never could help me.

I remember calling once and being redirected to Blackberry. Blackberry had nothing to do with the service and sent me back to my carrier. This happened at least four times before I decided to go on Twitter and tweet my problem. That got their attention.

I am sure many of you have had the same experiences.  If you are in the same situation I was in a few years ago, you might want to consider the U.S. Cellular. U.S. Cellular is introducing the Hello Better campaign. The Hello Better campaign is a way for unhappy customers to say goodbye to dysfunctional wireless relationships and hello to a better experience.

Goodbye neglect, hello respect.

U.S. Cellular is all about making your experience with mobile phones simpler and easier. They treat you like a customer not just a number.  U.S. Cellular offers its customers unique benefits such as a points based rewards program, no contract after contract ends, free incoming calls and texts and free overage Protection!

U.S. Cellular has plenty of plans that will suit your needs. From unlimited plans to family plans. If you need any type of service, U.S. Cellular offers it!

So it you are having issues with your current carrier, you might want to check out U.S. Cellular because they might have a plan that is much better. Remember, say goodbye to bad service and say hello to better!

Disclosure: I participated in this sponsored post campaign for One2One Network. All opinions stated are my own.

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