iPhone 5S, 5C arrive at US Cellular

The carrier is selling the 16GB 5S for $199 and the 5C for $99 with the standard two-year agreement.

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US Cellular subscribers can now purchase the new iPhones.

The carrier, which launched the phones on Friday, is offering the iPhone 5S in all capacities from 16GB to 32GB to 64GB and in all colors from silver to gold to space gray. The 5C is available in 16GB or 32GB and in its full array of colors.

Subscribers who pick up the 5S or 5C can select one of the carrier's new Shared Data plans, which provide unlimited voice minutes and texting and allow customers to share data among as many as 10 different devices.

With the launch of the new phones, US Cellular is also selling the iPhone 4S for 1 cent with the usual two-year contract.

The carrier's 4G LTE network is currently available in in 92 markets. Teaming up with King Street Wireless, US Cellular plans to expand 4G LTE coverage to 90 percent of its subscribers by the end of 2013.

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