This is a sponsored post and I have been compensated. All opinions are mine. Wireless technology and devices have become an integral part of our lives. I know they have for my family. I love my iPad or iPhone from U.S. Cellular. I never have lag time or dropped service while I am on my iPad or iPhone. They also make wonderful gifts.
According to U.S. Cellular’s annual consumer survey, 1 in 3 already own a wearable connected device. Additionally, 40% are likely to buy one in the next year. Which means they’re the perfect gift for anyone. U.S. Cellular helped make wearable technology fashionable and more affordable than ever. This Christmas they’ve got options for every budget. Here are my top picks for
Under $30: JLab JBuddies Studio Kids Headphones are sturdy and designed with kids in mind. If your child won’t let it go, the eKids Frozen Headphones may be exactly what they need. For the drivers in your life get a Ventev Fast Charge Car Charger to make sure their iPhone 8 is always charged.
Under $70: Audio enthusiasts will love the JBL E15 Earbuds or a JLab Crasher Mini Bluetooth Speaker. They offer fantastic sound at a low price. For the Samsung Galaxy 8 owners in your life get a Samsung Fast Charge Wireless Charging Stand. Or an iWalk Scorpio Portable Charger so they can keep their phone charged away from home.
$100-$200: Make your home a smart home with the Google home or Amazon Echo. This is the kind of gift the entire family will love. Use them to turn on lights in your house, play music, and answer life’s burning questions.
$300 and Up: Help your family members track fitness goals and look good while they do it with the Apple Watch Series 3. Or a Samsung Gear S3 Classic if they prefer Android devices.
No matter who you’re shopping for this Christmas U.S. Cellular has something to fit your needs. Be sure to stay current with U.S. Cellular and follow them on Facebook and Twitter. One reader will win one $15 Amazon Gift Card!
Do you have a techie on your holiday gift list? Which of these cool gifts from U.S. Cellular would they like?