FreedomPop: A Global Vision

It is rather expensive to deal with the rising costs of mobile phone services. Since 2012, a company based in California has been offering free contracts for nearly one million mobile phone customers in the United States. According to a recent online article published on, FreedomPop launched its services in the UK in May of this year. FreedomPop is offering 200 minutes of talk, 200 MBs of data, and 200 texts absolutely free to its customers for life.

Customers can down load the free service as an application or on their SIM card. As of May, nearly a quarter of a million people in the UK have signed up for FreedomPop services, and the numbers are growing. With the user-friendly app, customers can easily check to see how many minutes of free talk, texts, and data they have left in the month. The app will also alert them when they are about to go over their data usage, which incurs a charge of one pence per MB.

Unlike a lot of expensive mobile phone plans, this plan allows users to roll-over their unused data each month or share it with fellow FreedomPop customers. It is also easy to earn extra free data by simply filling out surveys for the company. There are also premium packages that customers can purchase inexpensively if they want more talk, text, and data. They do not have to sign a contract and they can use their own cell phone. With a free virtual international phone number, friends and family can call them for free.

Even though there are several mobile phone carriers in the UK, none of them are able to make such an offer to customers and guarantee the rates for life. As part of FreedomPop’s special UK promotion, 1000 talk minutes, 1000 texts, and 1 GB of data will be given free to the first 10,000 people who sign up for the plan. By December, the company hopes to be offering great discount buys on mobile phones. In the next two years, services will be available to other countries in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. FreedomPop is changing the way people see their mobile phone services.

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