As a fashionista, we all know how important having our cell phones are. I mean seriously, how lost do you feel if you leave it at home?! 😉 Not only do we like to stay connected with the simple phone call, but I know most of us are connected in many more ways living in this technology driven world. Most of us have facebook, twitter, pintrest, etc. apps on our phones. The one thing I can’t stand is when my current phone service does not have service. There has been more than one occasion that my location has tremedously affected my cell service. I absolutely can not stand when I am trying to get my daily scoop on sarahscoop.com and my browser won’t load or I don’t receive phone calls/text because of my poor service. I am sure many of us have experienced this problem.
This is just one example of why I am so excited to tell you about the Hello Better campaign. By introducing the Hello Better campaign to the public, U.S. Cellular is encouraging people to say goodbye to dysfunctional wireless relationships and say hello to a better experience. Goodbye neglect, hello respect. It’s no secret that people are frustrated with their wireless experience, but people tolerate less because they don’t believe there is a better option. You deserve better! U.S. Cellular believes that people deserve better. A mobile phone is supposed to make life simpler and easier to get things done. Your relationship with your wireless carrier should be the same. US Cellular treats their customers like neighbors, not numbers. In addition to passionate associates, U.S. Cellular provides customers with unique benefits such as the industry’s only points-based rewards program, no contract after the first contract ends, free incoming calls and texts, free Overage Protection and free Battery Swap for your device. They have a variety of plans you can check out, too.
I found it really interesting that in a study conducted by U.S. Cellular 43 percent of individuals are in the ‘seven year itch’ phase with their wireless provider, noting they are comfortable but suspect they are missing out on something better. Out of the 1,208 participants polled across four regions of the country, 56 percent of the respondents admitted to being unhappy with their carrier over the past year but only 35 percent of all respondents have ever broken up with their provider. In spite of this overall dissatisfaction, respondents are hesitant to call it quits. More than one-third of respondents say they stick with their current provider because they believe all carriers are the same, it is too much trouble to switch carriers, or they don’t want to sign a new contract.
Disclosure: I participated in this sponsored post campaign for One2One Network. All opinions stated are my own.