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U.S. Cellular to host free device workshops in Oklahoma City

by Lillie-Beth Brinkman Published: September 14, 2012

If you need help with your smartphone or tablet, you can check out this information about some workshops going on at U.S. Cellular offices in the central Oklahoma area. This information is directly from a press release from U.S. Cellular:

Classes will help smartphone users get most out of their device and customize it for their lifestyle

OKLAHOMA CITY – U.S. Cellular is offering several free Device Workshops in Oklahoma City where current or potential smartphone users can learn more about the features, tips and tricks of their specific device. At the workshop, U.S. Cellular associates will offer attendees hands-on assistance to get the most out of the features on their Android-powered, Windows Phone and BlackBerry devices, including the Samsung Galaxy S III.

“Your phone is supposed to simplify and enhance your life,” said Tommy Arens, director of sales for U.S. Cellular in Oklahoma, in the news release.

The workshop is open to everyone. Please call to RSVP.

Workshop dates and locations:

9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, at U.S. Cellular at NW 63 and May, 6406 N May Ave. in Oklahoma City (405) 843-7073.

8:30 to 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, 101 N Douglas Blvd., Suite J, Midwest City. (405) 739-0133.

~ Lillie-Beth (lbrinkman@opubco.com)

by Lillie-Beth Brinkman
Lillie-Beth Brinkman is a Content Marketing Manager for the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce. She was previously an assistant editor of The Oklahoman
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