FreedomPop and Motorola’s MOTO E offer a great low cost option

The definition of mobile communication has been evolving and the mobile landscape continues to thrive with new innovation every year. The MOTO E (2nd Gen) is here and now has a free calling from FreedomPop when you buy a certified re-manufactured device for just $49.99.

Itunes’ FreedomPop is the first service in the US to offer 100% free mobile service including data, text, voice; both domestic and international calling to over 50 countries. Their free plan does have overall cap limits of 500 MB of data, 200 voice minutes, and 500 texts. This plan can be upgraded somewhat for a small fee to have 1GB of data and unlimited text and voice calling.

The release of these newly re-certified and pre-owned Motorola Moto E (2nd Gen) phones with this 100% free plan offering is a game changer for those who desire a very affordable service and have minimal phone usage needs. The initial offer come free with the first month of service to FreedomPop premium plan for absolutely free and will convert to the paid plan after the fist month unless the user switches services over to the free service.

The MOTO E has some really good specs as well being powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 and offers 8GB storage with microSD support. Also included are a 5MP camera and VGA front selfie camera, a 4.3 inch display, a 2390 mAH battery, and Android 5.0 lollipop.

This new offering from FreedomPop with the Moto E(2nd Gen) was first announced from Android Authority. This is a great deal for those who have been considering a new phone upgrade and don’t want to get locked into high cost service plan or long term contract because this deal also comes with a 30-day money back guarantee and no contract.

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