FreedomPop is a favorite service for all modern, technologically savvy consumers who want to take advantage of the world of internet and mobile. This FreedomPop review will reveal some of the major benefits its users can obtain.
The three major benefits are:
- This service can be enjoyed at no cost
- There are no legally binding contracts for users when availing of this service
- There are no fees for terminating the subscription to this service
FreedomPop’s Wide Range of Services
FreedonPop offers more than just a no cost service. It offers its services based on its users’ demands and budgets. The no-cost cell phone service by FreedomPop includes 4G data of 500MB, 200 minutes of voice calling and limitless texting. Users can enjoy the complimentary internet service after a refundable purchase of a MiFi device. After obtaining the MiFi, a user will receive a monthly internet volume of 500MB.
If users feel the need to go beyond the complimentary limits of mobile or internet service, they may select a suitable purchase option or use any of the methods offered to increase their limits. Mobile service options that are available for purchase include monthly Wi-Fi calling option at $5, the monthly $10.99 package offering 500MB data volume with unlimited calling as well as texting and finally unlimited calling as well as texting with 1GB data volume. The internet packages available for purchase include the Pro 500MB package costing $3.99 after the first month of free trial and the Premium 2GB costing $19.99 after the first month’s no-cost trial. For any of the FreedomPop services, exceeding the allocated volume will cost the users $0.02 per MB except for the $19.99 Premium 2GB package which will cost $0.015 per MB.
A Closer Look at FreedomPop
FreedomPop is a the United States, LA-based mobile startup that was launched in 2012. Skype’s founder, NiklasZennstom’s investor firm, Atomico had initially invested on FreedomPop aiding it to give rise to its current reputation and success. It is a wireless infrastructure, termed as a mobile virtual network operator. Since it is an MVNO, it operates by procuring internet data, SMS, and voice volumes at wholesale prices from Sprint.
This service can mainly be used through FreedomPop phones like restored Samsung or HTC devices or Sprint connected old mobile phones. However, it was launched in the UK, in 2015 with only the assistance of a single sim.