FreedomPop: About The Service And Review Of It

By | November 9, 2016

FreedomPop is a company that offers free wireless internet and mobile phone service. It has grown in popularity and continuing to grow. Here is more information about the service, as well as a short review.

About FreedomPop
The company is based in Los Angeles, California and they provide mobile and internet services. FreedomPop offers free mobile services, which includes text, voice and data. They also sell tablets, mobile phones and various broadband devices.

Stephen Stokols and Steven Sesar founded the company, which is backed by DCM Capital, Intel, Atomico, Mangrove, Partech Ventures and Axiata. Since launching, FreedomPop has raised over $100 million, which includes $50 million Series C in the beginning of 2016.

Sprint’s network is what the company uses in the United States. They also have plans to expand to the United Kingdom, using Three’s network.

FreedomPop Review
Signing up for the service is easy, and all you have to do is enter your email address and zip code to find out if they offer the service in your area. After you do this, you can choose a plan, but there’s contracts, which means you can cancel any time. The free plan provides you with 500MB of data per month, and there other plans include 2GB and 4GB per month. Also, There are seven devices you can purchase from FreedomPop and they are all affordable and have their own set of benefits.

One of the best things about FreedomPop is you can earn extra data. One way to do it is to check to see if anyone you know is using the service, and then you can connect with them if they are. This allows you and the person you know an extra 10MB per month. You can also invite people to join and use the service.

Another way to get free data is to complete offers, download software and take surveys on FreedomPop’s website. You should create a free email account with Hotmail, Gmail or Yahoo if you want to complete offers to earn free data.

The bottom line is FreedomPop is a good service and they offer a basic plan that provides you with free data. Give them a try to find out just how good they are, if their service is available in your area.

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