BRIEF: FreedomPop debuts first 100 percent free mobile service

BRIEF: FreedomPop debuts first 100 percent free mobile service

FreedomPop, the free wireless internet company, today on its one year anniversary launched its beta of the world’s first completely free mobile service with free voice, text and data. The company will give users a guaranteed 500 MBs of data, 500 text messages, and 200 anytime voice minutes free every month for life.

 

FreedomPop will also offer heavier users unlimited voice and unlimited texting for just $10.99 per month with no contracts or commitments – 80 to 90 percent less than similar plans offered by large carriers, saving consumers over $1,000 per year.

via FreedomPop Launches The First 100 Percent Free Mobile Phone Service — LOS ANGELES, Oct. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ —.

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