Seamlessly connect to nearly 10 million hotspots across the country with FreedomPop’s new unlimited WiFi plan. Any smartphone or tablet with any carrier can get unlimited talk, text, and data for $5 per month. Connect to WiFi via the free FreedomPop App (available in the Google Play store) and access a growing network of 10 million hotspots, many of which are closed to the public. With auto-connect access, there is no need to manually connect via device settings or authentication pages.
Now with FreedomPop Nationwide WiFi, consumers have an alternative to high priced LTE data plans and a simple way to cut down on their cellular data usage with the lowest cost unlimited plan on the market. FreedomPop’s mission has always been about ensuring that everyone has access to affordable and essential communication services.
Learn more about FreedomPop’s Nationwide WiFi network at http://www.freedompop.com/nationwidewifi.
We’re very excited to announce the availability of the world’s first 100% free international calling plan with FreedomPop international calling to over 50 countries including Mexico, Canada, India, and the UK. Calling plans will differ depending on country and may range between landlines and mobile numbers; however, FreedomPop international calling plans will be 75% lower compared to other carriers.Users can receive 100 FREE minutes or choose from any of our pre-paid plans starting at just $4.99 per month.
Not only do we now support FreedomPop international calling in over 170 new markets, but we will be providing the option to receive virtual numbers that enable calls from different countries sometime soon.
We’re celebrating our second birthday and first anniversary of offering 100% Free Talk, Text, and Data with a special launch of our very first FreedomPop-branded devices all under $100.
The device shipping today is the FreedomPop Liberty, a 7-inch, 4GB Android phablet with Wi-Fi only at $89 MSRP. Coming in the next month is the FreedomPop Frenzy, a 7-inch, 4GB LTE plus wi-fi Android phablet at $99; followed by an $89 LTE Android phone in the coming months; and an expansion of its high-end mobile smartphones including the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Note 3 at half the current MSRP.
All devices come with FreedomPop’s 100 percent free text and voice service giving users 200 voice minutes and 500 texts free each month.
For information or to order, visit FreedomPop.com.
FreedomPop recognized as a finalist in CTIA’s Super Mobility Week Startup Lab, and rakes in industry accolades for both Innovation and Disruption. In addition, FreedomPop CEO, Stephen Stokols wins 16th Annual Wireless Week Leader Award where past recipients include Tom Keys, Peter Chou, Neville Ray, Dan Mead, Ralph de la Vega, and Dan Hesse.
“With this award, Wireless Week honors Mr. Stokols’ wireless business model innovations. As CEO at FreedomPop, Mr. Stokols has led his freemium service on a disruptive path through the mobile industry,” said Andrew Berg, Senior Editor at Wireless Week. “By consistently evolving FreedomPop’s rates, services and device portfolio, Mr. Stokols has proven that giving it away for free can be good business.”
CTIA brings together all industries advanced by wireless technology for intense business, learning and networking. It has represented the wireless communications industry since 1984.
We’re happy to launch LTE FreedomPop tablets with phone capability and Free LTE Data, Voice, and Text. We’re now selling iPad mini and Samsung Tab 3 with free data plus expanding tablet functionality to include phone capabilities: a unique phone number, voice and texting. Specifically, users will be able to associate a unique phone number with any FreedomPop tablet and make free calls and texts. This functionality does not currently exist for tablets offered by large carriers, partially because of the potential to cannibalize high margin phone plans.
In addition to the popular iPad mini and Samsung Tab 3 tablets, users with existing LTE tablets can also move their existing tablets to FreedomPop and get the same 500 MBs of LTE data, 200 voice minutes and 500 texts absolutely free. Users can bring their own iPad or Tab device or purchase one from FreedomPop. The iPad mini will sell for $319 and the Samsung Tab 3 for $199.
We’re happy to announce our official expansion into LTE with the Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, and Samsung Victory and a new Unlimited Everything Plan for only $20. We’re also launching our newest free app: FreedomPop Free Voice and Text for Android that provides Free Calls, texts, and voicemail.
All new FreedomPop LTE phones will come with the same free service that hundreds of thousands of Americans already enjoy, which includes 500 MB of data, 200 voice calls and 500 texts free each month. Our new “Unlimited Everything” plan for $20 per month provides unlimited talk, text, and data. Tethering will also be included on certain FreedomPop LTE phones so that they can easily and affordably be used as hotspots. After 1GB of data has been used for the month, LTE speeds will be limited to 3G speeds.
The deal hungry moderator’s at Slickdeals did a great FreedomPop review on our Platinum Photon hotspot and Free Internet service last week. He actually got an incredible 9.86Mbps when positioning the device near a window. Get more tips and learn more on their blog: How to Get Free Internet Every Month – FreedomPop Review
On a budget and can’t pay for the monthly fees for a wifi hotspot? Freedompop could be your solution.
FreedomPop offers free wireless internet access for up to 500MB each and every month with the purchase of a hotspot. If you need more, you can easily find 10 Freedom Friends using this not so secret Slickdeals thread where tons of FreedomPop users have left their email address so you can connect, earn, and share. If that’s still not enough, upgrading is another option. 50% of FreedomPop users have opted into larger paid plans or services like Data Rollover. This is a great value for light to moderate internet users who need something on-the-go.
We’re happy to introduce the first free mobile service plans for the FreedomPop Apple iPhone. Since launching the world’s only free mobile phone service late last year on select Android devices, we are now adding the popular iPhone 4 and iPhone 5 models to our growing portfolio of smartphone service plans. We’re also announcing the launch a brand new iOS app, FreedomPop Free Voice and Text, which will provide any iOS device user 100% free voice, text, and voicemail. This allows any iPhone user stuck in an existing contract to save hundreds of dollars per year by downgrading their voice plans and leveraging FreedomPop’s free voice and text service directly from their existing phone.
Adding the iPhone and launching our iOS app allows us to deliver our free service to a market desperate for a break from high-cost plans. We will sell the iPhone 5 directly through our website for $349. Customers can bring their existing iPhone 4 device and activate on our website upon signing up for service. Both devices are offered the same low-cost, disruptive pricing plans as our other smartphones. The free plan will include 200 voice minutes, 500 text messages and 500 MBs of data per month. Unlimited voice, text and data plans will start at under $5 per month.
New FreedomPop Privacy Phone comes with built in VPN, anonymous voice and payment by Bitcoin
Announcing the FreedomPop Privacy Phone- a smartphone designed specifically to protect privacy. The phone nicknamed “The Snowden Phone” is in response to growing frustrations regarding privacy infringement, as well as phone call and internet monitoring. “Large carriers don’t have the flexibility, desire or creativity to invest in privacy. In fact, some companies have been compensated for handing over consumer’s data. We don’t agree with this approach and felt it was up to us to create a truly private mobile phone service at an affordable price.”
The Privacy Phone is priced at $189 on FreedomPop’s website. It comes built with privacy software that will encrypt calls and texts over FreedomPop’s VoIP network. All application and internet browsing is also encrypted using a 128-bit VPN (virtual privacy network). The same encryption used to protect credit card transactions.