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If you’re an existing 4G LTE U.S. Cellular customer, the ZTE Imperial is an excellent and cheap phone -- but new subscribers should explore all options and promotions.
The TomTom Ease succeeds in being a good low-cost GPS device for first-time navigators, and its small size and good battery life make it easy to toss into a bag and keep handy.
TomTom's app for Android is a premium-caliber turn-by-turn app, but it comes at a premium price and lacks critical features that most casual navigators would want.
Although U.S. Cellular's ZTE Director is inexpensive under contract, the carrier offers better handsets at the same low price.
The LG Splendor doesn't have the fastest network connection, but it's an affordable and snappy handset that's loaded with Android 4.0 and a swift CPU.
Though its design and feature set are from another decade, the Samsung Chrono 2 succeeds at what a phone should do.
The HTC Merge is a decent Android smartphone for U.S. Cellular, but its heft and stubborn slider could turn some away.
Surface's other shoe is about to drop: the full Windows 8, Intel Core-driven Surface is headed to stores in just a few weeks.
The LG Apex offers a great keyboard and affordable price tag, but its high points do not include speed or battery life.
Samsung's Galaxy Mega 6.3 is just about your only choice for a jumbo-screen phablet under $200, but those with more flexible budgets should consider a phone with a higher-resolution display.