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.
FreedomPop has been offering free cellular service since October, but up until now customers had to buy a handset directly through the carrier. This changes today, as FreedomPop has now announced they are adding BYOD support for select Sprint devices.
Free phone service? It might sound crazy, but that’s exactly what FreedomPop is offering. To get started, you simply need to pick up the HTC One EVO Design for $99. For more details, keep reading!
Sick of paying big bucks each month to your carrier? Then you might be interested in FreedomPop and their new free wireless service plan, which launches later this summer.