FreedomPop, already known for having a free smartphone plan, is rolling out its first branded smartphone.
It’s called the FreedomPop V7, and it’s an entry-level handset that boasts a price tag of £59 ($72 USD). As such, its spec list is toned down to match. It includes a 5-inch 720p HD display, a 13-megapixel camera ... Read More »
FreedomPop is known for offering extremely limited but free cell service for those who don’t use their phones much. You can’t argue with free! Today the company unveiled a new plan, and it’s far more useful than the previous ones.
The new plan offers 200MB of data and 100 minutes of calls for free. This is less ... Read More »
FreedomPop, the carrier known for offering free monthly voice and data plans, is now selling its own line of devices, starting with an $89 Wi-Fi only tablet. The FreedomPop Liberty is a 7-inch Android tablet with a 1.2GHz Cortex A9 processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB storage, 4-megapixel camera, 2400mAh battery and a microSD card ... Read More »
FreedomPop is back with yet another Free Wireless Internet deal for our readers, this time they are featuring their Nationwide Hotspot Overdrive with a couple extras that could save you up to 80% off retail. If you’ve missed our previous deals with FreedomPop here’s a brief rundown on who they are and what ... Read More »
FreedomPop has made a number of improvements to its offerings recently that’ve made it an increasingly attractive option for folks on the hunt for cheap wireless service. Those include support for select Sprint devices as well as the big yellow carrier’s LTE ... Read More »
FreedomPop is now offering 100% Free Talk, Text, and Data on Android Smartphones. Founded a little over two years ago by Skype co-founder Niklas Zennstrom with the idea that “The Internet is a Right, and not a Privilege.” Since then, it’s added coverage with Sprint’s Nationwide network. Deal hunters have described the small carrier ... Read More »
FreedomPop, the company behind ’100% Free Internet’, was founded a little over two years ago, backed by Skype co-founder Niklas Zennstrom with the idea that “The Internet is a Right, and not a Privilege”. Since then, they’ve added coverage with Sprint’s nationwide 3G and 4G LTE, and most recently brought on Android phones featuring ... Read More »