Freedompop is still somewhat new, but in the short time the mobile carrier has been running it has managed become a success. Recently Freedompop announced it’s decision to launch in the UK, which is big news for many of the mobile users in Europe and anyone who is a frequent traveler. Today finding an affordable mobile service provider is as difficult as finding parking in the city, but Freedompop is making the decision easy as pie with it’s affordable plans and tempting extras. Anyone looking into switching or buying their first mobile phone can benefit from Freedompop’s features.
According to “As Acquisition Rumors Swirl, Free Mobile Service FreedomPop Goes Live In The UK“, Freedompop’s most basic plan includes 200 minutes, 500 texts and 500MB of data monthly, all for free. The company is able to offer a great plan for free by making it’s money on extra features like additional minutes,text,data and voicemail. While the extra features don’t cost much they surely add up over time. Freedompop’s nearly 1 million subscriber’s fees paid for extra services, are helping freedompop’s bottom line significantly.
The latest announcement for the mobile carrier, has everyone wondering it they should make the switch. Freedompop is offering unlimited Wi-Fi for only $5 a month to customers, and unlike any other features this is a stand alone package. The coverage area is already very impressive, and while the company can’t speak on who is providing them with the Wi-Fi do to contractual restrictions,they have assured users that retailers like Best Buy, Starbucks and Mcdonald’s will all have access, which leads many to assume their provider is AT&T.
The new unlimited wifi plans are a great option to current mobile users that are looking for low cost internet access, because Freedompop will be accessible regardless of the carrier of the customer. This also gives customers that have had to abandon phones in the past a new great way to revive their devices with affordable service. Some people think this deal is too good to be true, considering the difference between wifi speeds and coverage in varying carriers it could be assumed that Freedompop is the least desirable option. Fortunately, Freedompop’s coverage and speeds have been just as good as most mobile carriers and for a fraction of the price.
With $19 million in funds from investors, and the backing of Skype’s founder Niklas Zennstrom, Freedompop is thriving. When you consider all of the great features at an affordable price,unlimited wifi, and a launch in Europe, it’s obvious that the company is doing something right. Freedompop has been taking off and anyone in the process of signing up for new mobile service, or interested in possibly cutting their bill in half should consider looking into Freedompop while they still can.Read more