FreedomPop Is Playing An Important Role In Bringing Low-Cost Wireless Services

Freedompop has striven very hard to make their company different from the average wireless service provider because they not only want more customers but happy and satisfied customers. On top of providing great customer service to those who want to come to Freedompop or to current customers of Freedompop, the company has also tried their best to keep their prices low, just read about it in a FreedomPop review. A lot of cell phone service providers are seeing the error in their ways and are lowering their prices, but most companies still can’t compare in price to Freedompop, especially since they have unlimited cell phone plans for as low as $19.99.

Most customers are going to companies that have unlimited cell phone plans, and this is why Freedompop created their unlimited plan some time ago. Freedompop used to have a paid plan that was low in cost at around $10, and the plan would give a limited amount of minutes and talk time to each customer. Since most customers wanted to be able to talk freely and to text how and when they please, Freedompop upgraded their services by adding several unlimited cell phone plans. The only difference between one unlimited plan or another is the amount of 4G LTEdata that’s included.

Even though Freedompop has unlimited data, 4G LTE data is a different matter. The unlimited plans will get 1 GB of 4G LTE data, but anyone who wants more 4G LTE data will have to pay five dollars for each additional gigabyte. Those who slow down to the 3G data after their 4G LTE data is used will still get great Internet service and can still utilize their applications, especially their GPS. Some feel the need to have extra 4G LTE data because they like to watch movies or upload or download videos for viewing.

One smart piece of advice to get additional and unlimited 4G LTE data is to sign up for the Wi-Fi service from Freedompop, which is a mere five dollars per month. This unlimited service will allow a Freedompop user access to 4G LTE Wi-Fi service in millions of hotspots as long as they have the Freedompop Wi-Fi application on their portable device. Freedompop is now catering to those who have a GSM cell phone, so they only need to purchase a Freedompop sim cards to get started. Those with a CDMA Sprint phone are still welcome at Freedompop as well.

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Saving Freak Gives the FreedomPop Cell Phone Service a “Ringing Endorsement”

In their review of the wireless internet and cell phone service provider, “FreedomPop,” Saving Freak purchased one of their phones in order to test out the service. They do not reveal any specific details about the phone they bought, only saying that they chose the one with the lowest price offered, which was around $50. Their overwhelming sentiment is that FreedomPop is a “nice service to have” for “light users,” and that it “makes a lot of sense” for its niche cellular market.

What makes FreedomPop so appealing is that their most basic service is totally free, up to a set monthly limit, and is largely made possible by their use of VoIP through Sprint’s network of wireless hotpots, or through any other available nearby WiFi hotspot. VoIP stands for “Voice over Internet Protocol,” and because of this, it is sometimes referred to as an “internet phone.” Despite the “internet phone” moniker, phones using VoIP are assigned regular telephone numbers and can call any non-VoIP phone.

FreedomPop’s free basic service offers a monthly limit of 200 minutes for voice calls, 500 text messages, and 500 MB of data, with an option of upgrading to 1 GB of data with unlimited voice and text for just $19.99. They also offer a 12/Mbps home internet service via their “Freedom Hub Burst” device that can be purchased online for $89, and then used for a completely free internet connection anywhere with 4G LTE coverage. The free internet service has a cap of 1 GB per month, but can be upgraded to 5 GB for $17.99 per month, or 10 GB for $33 per month.

On their website, FreedomPop only sells 6 tablet computers: an iPad Mini, a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 & 4, an LG G Pad in black or white, and their own “Freedom Tab Liberty.” The Freedom Tab Liberty is a decent slimmed down tablet for just $75, with the other tablets priced costing more, but only up to about $299. Because they use Sprint’s data network, FreedomPop will activate any Sprint device for use with their free or paid services.,2817,2427635,00.asp