Everybody is looking for the next big thing in the tech world and that is definitely true for people looking for a mobile carrier. Mobile phone companies have to push the limit to stay ahead and now FreedomPop, an upstart from Los Angeles, is leading the pack. FreedomPop specializes in what is considered a ‘freemium service‘. Everything that FreedomPop offers, at the basic level, is completely free for all subscribers. If that sounds like something right up your alley then keep on reading.
Subscribers to the basic FreedomPop package will be offered a limited plan that caters to casual users. The ‘free plan‘ comes with unlimited texting, 200 minutes of voice, and 500 MB of mobile 4G data. If this sounds like a solid amount then you will never need to pay for anything while using FreedomPop — outside of accidental data overages. For users that need a bit more oomph in their package, well, FreedomPop has plenty to offer. You’ll see many a FreedomPop review quit talking about services after mentioning the free offerings but that is a mistake.
What makes FreedomPop special AND effective is the fact that they offer competitive prices for competitive platforms. For just $5 a month you can find your way to an unlimited WiFi plan that gives you access to all of the millions of FreedomPop WiFi hotspots in the United States. That’s a pretty good deal, right? This is just the beginning of how FreedomPop is changing the game when it comes to utilizing technology. The team at FreedomPop has always wanted to push more toward a digital buffet style of service rather than a restrictive, one size fits all offering. Simply shop for what fits your needs and leave behind everything else.
FreedomPop is quickly making a name for themselves in the United States but we’ve seen that the team is already making headway overseas, as well. A soft launch in Europe and partnership throughout Asia means that we’ll be seeing plenty more from the team in the future. With no contractual obligations and a bottom barrel price point, you owe it to yourself to try FreedomPop out.