FreedomPop Looking To Win Over Customers With Cheap Plans

FreedomPop is a new mobile carrier looking to expand. FreedomPop started marketing 4G only hotspots in October 2012. The company began providing portable and instant internet services within the U.S. employing Clearwire’s 4G network. FreedomPop turned 20% of its free user-base to monthly paying customers in December of 2012.

In April 2013, FreedomPop combined with Race to develop its plan to add 3G and 4G with dash agreeable devices. In October of 2013, 12 months from its preliminary instant broadband introduction, FreedomPop released its beta free mobile phone plan that included voice, text, and info service. In November FreedomPop released a bring your own device feature for Sprint-compatible phones.

FreedomPop began supporting and promoting Dash-appropriate iPhones in April 2014. The business also produced a iOS software app that gives voice, text and voicemail service to people within the United States for only $9.99 per month. Later in-May 2014, FreedomPop began supporting LTE Android smartphones. In September the business introduced it would soon be offering its SIM card-centered ideas in Belgium in alliance with Dutch carrier KPN. FreedomPop does not market mobile devices outside of the United States.

In November 2014, Today claimed that Race Corporation is in talks to purchase FreedomPop in a exchange valued between $250 million and 450 million. In January 2015 FreedomPop released a new nationwide Wifi program, which enables you to tap into a circle of nearly 10 million Wifi hotspots around the world for only $5 a month, making it one of the most affordable plans ever seen. In December, FreedomPop released a bring your own device plan that would allow its users to keep their compatible phones.

In October 2014, FreedomPop released a unique branded-type of low cost smartphones and devices. The primary release was a 7-inch Wi-Fi only product, the FreedomPop Freedom, which includes free voice and SMS text messaging. In July 2014, FreedomPop started giving text and talk options to its customers, along with 4G data, starting with the Samsung Bill 3 and the iPad Mini. The data, voice and text strategy is offered to those purchasing a product through FreedomPop bring your own device plan.

Read more about FreedomPop in this review