As of 2015, you can pay your U.S. Cellular bill in a variety of ways, including online payments, by phone, at a physical location, by mail or through electronic bill payment. U.S. Cellular also offers various account refill options for customers who use prepaid phones or do not have contracts.
To pay your bill online, you must sign up for an account with U.S. Cellular. This account allows you to view and pay your bill online. You can also use this account to view how many minutes you have used and set up an automatic payment schedule that automatically deducts the amount of your monthly bill from a bank account, debit card or credit card.
If you are looking to pay by phone, call the number listed at USCellular.com under "Payment Options." A U.S. Cellular representative can then use your bank account or credit card information to debit your account.
U.S. Cellular can also process payments made at a physical U.S. Cellular store, though certain locations do not provide this service. Alternatively, you can arrange to pay your bill through electronic bill payment, which you can set up through a financial institution or a bank.
If you pay by mail, you are required to include your payment stub in the envelope, and you should account for travel time between your location and a U.S. Cellular payment processing center.