FreedomPop specifically targeted those consumers who are looking for a great way to save money. Considering the basic FreedomPop plan is a completely free one, there is no greater way to save money. What is better than “100% free?” And yes, 200 phone, 500 texts, and 500 MB of data delivered totally free via a reliable SIM card and connection has a lot more appeal than paying $29.95 per month for a competitor’s “budget” service.
Budget issues are not the only source of concern for many. Not everyone even needs to use their phone that much. To pay for amounts that are not being used doesn’t exactly make much fiscal sense. A solid deal like the one offered by FreedomPop is perfect for those with limited needs.
Then there is the opposite end of the spectrum. Subscribers may have a need for a significant amount of minutes, data, and text. Busy professional with active social lives probably want a lot more usage and coverage. They just might not have the budget for a costly plan. No one needs to worry here since FreedomPop has released a brilliant new plan, one that should accommodate all those looking for a less-costly and more expansive option: total unlimited service for $19.99.
Another option FreedomPop is making available is the new $5 Wi-Fi hotspot program. The way this works is subscribers are able to log onto FreedomPop service from an established hotspot.
FreedomPop already launched a hotspot strategy overseas and it is doing remarkably well. The hotspot plan could effectively set the stage for the standard mobile service being released to the public. In time, scores of countries will have access to FreedomPop. Right now, the U.S. and the U.K. are the two main regions with Spain looming as next on the list.
The fantastic cost-saving benefits of FreedomPop – combined with the reliable service – is allowing this relatively new startup succeed in all the territories it enters. Such success is definitely deserved since the company put so much effort into producing a product people want and at affordable costs and at no cost. Long may FreedomPop reign.
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