I'm honored to make the first post in the new US Cellular forum here on Android Forums. So, where do you live that has US Cellular, what do you like about them, and why? That said... My local store is in Washington, NC. My first cell phone in North Carolina was on T-Mobile, only because they were offering phones without a deposit. (I hadn't thought to check out US Cellular because I'd never heard of them.) T-Mobile offered free roaming, but not coverage of their own... and it was terrible coverage (it used Suncom and Cingular towers). However, they were gracious enough to waive the ETF when my wife and I canceled. Then we went to US Cellular, and got a pair of Kyocera KX-5 sliders. Good phones but the slide kept breaking. No more signal problems after that. In fact once, we were visiting relatives in California, and my mother drove my wife and I into the mountains... and had to make a call. Her Verizon phone said No Service, but our US Cellular phones had 3-5 bars. So that was awesome. In 2008 we got a pair of Motorolas, she got the RAZR 2 and I got the ROKR slider. I wasn't about to go back to flip at that point, and I'm glad, because her phone kept breaking, and mine is still in great working condition. Then we got the Samsung Acclaims, our first Android phones, a couple weeks ago. Out here, people basically have two different kinds of phones. Whether it's a smartphone, a slider, a brick, or a flip, it doesn't matter. Either it's US Cellular and you have service everywhere, or it's not and you only have service in town. iPhones, being AT&T exclusive, are sometimes referred to as "city phones" -- as in, you can't use it at home. At least not to make calls. There are a couple places US Cellular has spotty phone coverage, but their EVDO (3G) coverage is just about everywhere down here. On top of that, US Cellular representatives are far more polite and professional than they need to be. I'm quite sure that they know that many of their customers can't go to the competition, but they still treat everyone right, in my experience and from what I've seen.