Right now U.S. buyers can get a Samsung Galaxy S3 for just $89.99 with one month unlimited service included. After that you can continue getting free ‘limited’ service if you’d rather not keep paying.
FreedomPop is to bring its free mobile voice, text and data plans to the UK this summer.
FreedomPop is offering an HTC Evo 4G LTE with a one-month free trial of the carrier’s Unlimited Everything plan (unlimited calling, texting and data) for just $79.99.
FreedomPop is offering an LG Optimus F3 with a one-month free trial of the carrier’s Unlimited Everything plan (unlimited calling, texting and data) for just $29.
Right now, you can pick up a Nexus 5 with one full year of FreedomPop service (unlimited calling, texting, 500MB of data per month) from the AA Deals Store for just $199.99!
FreedomPop has just debuted a plan that offers calling, texting and access to 10 million Wifi hotspots for only $5 per month. To have any service, though, users must be connected to a Wifi network.
Sprint is in talks to possibly purchase or invest in FreedomPop.
FreedomPop is now introducing a new free data plan for tablet users as well, essentially giving users the same options as they offer for phones.
FreedomPop has formally announced plans to bring its free smartphone service to Europe, starting with Belgium. The MVNO also plans to expand its reach to parts of Asia in the future.
Sprint-based MVNO FreedomPop has just upped its game significantly by adding support for 4G LTE and bringing somewhat newer phones like the Galaxy S4 to its network. Additionally, there’s now a $20 all-you-can-eat plan for those looking for more than the ‘free’ phone plan.