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Your use of (Site) is conditioned by your agreement to the following terms. U.S. Cellular® reserves the right to alter or amend these terms at any time by posting a new version of this document on the Site.

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The U.S. Cellular name and logo, "Believe in Something Better" and other logos, trademarks and service marks displayed on this Site are the property of United States Cellular Corporation or their respective owners. You may not use any of the logos, trademarks or service marks displayed on this Site without the prior written permission of the respective owner.

The content of this Site is provided "as is." Although U.S. Cellular attempts to make this Site as accurate as possible, the descriptions of products and services on this Site do not create a warranty or guarantee regarding such products and services. U.S. Cellular makes no express or implied warranty regarding the accuracy of the information provided on this Site.

This Site may contain links to other sites on the World Wide Web that are not owned or operated by U.S. Cellular. U.S. Cellular has no responsibility or liability with respect to information or materials located on such third-party sites.

Neither U.S. Cellular, nor its affiliates, directors, employees, or other representatives, are liable for damages arising out of or in connection with the use or inability to use this Site or any of the materials, products, services, or applications described herein. This is a comprehensive limitation of liability that applies to all damages of any kind, including but not limited to compensatory, direct, indirect, punitive or consequential damages, loss of data, programs, income, profit, or claims of third parties.

Last updated 2/2009