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FreedomPop Buyer’s Guide

While they each seem like a necessary evil, the big guns of mobile have gotten increasingly greedier and more expensive at every turn. The plans from the likes of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint sometimes cost more than some average households are willing to cough up each month.

Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) may offer a solution. For those that don’t know, MVNOs lease the same towers from the aforementioned carriers to allow customers to connect at a discounted rate while  [Read More…]

FreedomPop deals, rate plans, phones, and info for July 2019

While they each seem like a necessary evil, the big guns of mobile have gotten increasingly greedier and more expensive at every turn. The plans from the likes of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint sometimes cost more than some average households are willing to cough up each month.

Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) may offer a solution. For those that don’t know, MVNOs lease the same towers from the aforementioned carriers to allow customers to connect at a discounted rate while  [Read More…]

Get to Know: FreedomPop

While they each seem like a necessary evil, the big guns of mobile have gotten incresaingly greedier and more expensive at every turn. The plans from the likes of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and even Sprint cost more than some average households are willing to cough up each month. Thankfully, Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) may offer a solution.

For those that don’t know, MVNOs lease the same towers from the aforementioned carriers to allow customers to connect at a discounted  [Read More…]

Get to Know: FreedomPop Mobile

While they each seem like a necessary evil, the big guns of mobile have gotten incresaingly greedier and more expensive at every turn. The plans from the likes of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and even Sprint cost more than some average households are willing to cough up each month. Thankfully, Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) may offer a solution.

For those that don’t know, MVNOs lease the same towers from the aforementioned carriers to allow customers to connect at a discounted  [Read More…]

FreedomPop is launching UNREAL Mobile to compete with T-Mobile and Sprint

Unlimited plans will start out at just $ 15/month.

T-Mobile and Sprint made headlines in late April after announcing that the new companies were merging together as “The New T-Mobile”, and as a direct response to that, U.S. MVNO FreedomPop is launching a new company called UNREAL Mobile.

Where FreedomPop is meant to compete with the likes of Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, and other pre-paid MVNOs, UNREAL Mobile will be marketed as a proper alternative to post-paid  [Read More…]

FreedomPop launches its first self-branded Android smartphone, coming to US soon

In an unexpected move, budget wireless provider FreedomPop launched its own branded smartphone, the FreedomPop V7. The phone will be available in the UK and Spain first, but the carrier has plans to bring the device to the US market soon enough. The phone will retail for £59 (which is approximately $ 72). Naturally, the FreedomPop […]

FreedomPop adds AT&T network support via new SIM card and hotspot

Here at AndrodGuys we’re big fans of MVNOs and their small business. For those who aren’t familiar with the term, a MNVO is a wireless service provider that does not have its own infrastructure and licenses network access from other carriers. This week’s MNVO news comes from FreedomPop, the Los Angeles-based started which just announced

FreedomPop announces sales of certified refurbished phones

FreedomPop today announced it will now sell reconditioned smartphones to customers who live in the US, UK, Mexico, and Spain. Dubbed the FreedomShop, it’s a storefront that will be home to more than 100 different phones. Thanks to partnerships with more than 200 suppliers, the FreedomShop will offer devices from the likes of Samsung, Huawei, Motorola,

Get a Galaxy S5 and a year of free service through FreedomPop for less than $200

Start your engines because we’re rolling out a smoking deal. How does a great device and a year’s worth of service for less than some people pay for their monthly rate

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FreedomPop to sell its own Intel-based smartphone in 2016 for less than $200

FreedomPop the budget-based wireless carrier, has offered access to its network with smartphones that were not made specifically for the service. That will change in 2016, as FreedomPop plans to release its own branded smartphone designed to work with the carrier.