The New Kid in Town: FreedomPop Review

There seems to be a new kid in town, providing wireless internet and 4G mobile phone service for free. Well, they may not be entirely new due to the fact that they have been around for five years but they are new to me. I’ve been doing some research on this company FreedomPop and at first I was skeptical about their “Free mobile service and wireless internet” but I started digging because I was a bit curious and what I found shocked me. It is completely free with no strings attached, I couldn’t believe it. This plan offers you 200 minutes, 500 texts, and 500MB of data per month with no contract and no hidden fees. It may not sound like much for someone who is constantly streaming videos and music, but for someone that barely uses their phone, this plan comes in extremely handy, especially if you’re on a tight budget. Now if you feel like it’s not enough, they do offer more plans with up to 4GB of data, unlimited talk and text. The best part, you can keep your old number as well.

No one wants to go through the hassle of having to get in touch with all of their contacts with a brand new number and none of those contacts want to take time out of their busy day to edit your contact info.  They also have a wireless router for their internet service. This device can pick up any hotspot signal while you’re on the road, making it very easy to work away from home or the office.  They run off of the Sprint network so if you don’t have Sprint towers in your area, this may not be the best choice for you. However, if Sprint is strong in your area, I recommend signing up as soon as possible because you can’t find a better deal than this.


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  1. This company is making head way and is becoming more and more popular as the days pass. The most expensive package deal that they have is still supremely cheap. It is so deep that dissertation writing services us could have given everything they have ever wanted and still make sure they have it in full.

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