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Consumer Cellular Giving Away A Free Smartphone A Day

Consumer Cellular Free Smartphone Giveaway
Consumer Cellular Free Smartphone Giveaway Via Family Photo Contest


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Throughout the entire month of February, ATT MVNO & T-Mobile MVNO Consumer Cellular is giving away a free smartphone every day.  The giveaway is part of their Family Photo Contest.

To qualify for the promotion interested parties must upload a family photo to the Consumer Cellular website, select a digital "fun frame" for the photo and tell the story behind it.  You don't need to be a Consumer Cellular customer to apply.  Entries can be submitted through February 29, 2016, at midnight EST.  All entries will be posted online for the general public to see and vote on.  The daily winner of the contest will be chosen based on a combination of public and Consumer Cellular votes.  If you're lucky enough to win, you'll score yourself a brand new Motorola Moto G LTE!

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4 years ago

Consumer Cellular is right behind Sprint in draconian usage fees. When I went to sign up it was ten dollars per line – just to have a phone!

I honestly don’t get how CC is even a viable market option. They are blown the hell outta the water by MVNOs like Eco Mobile, Ting and US Mobile price wise (and with the same tiered structure). The only thing they have going for ’em is the AARP discounts and old people who don’t know any better.