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, and ZTE. Prices are expected to be on the low end but the phones will be certified and come with a 90-day protection against technical problems and a 30-day “no questions asked” return policy.


FreedomPop, which operates as an MVNO in select countries, expects that its prices on these phones will be up to 80% off the original cost. FreedomPop is a Los Angeles-based provider of free mobile services such as voice, text, and data. When not relying on Wi-Fi for connectivity, its devices fall back to Sprint for coverage in the US.

The phones sold in the FreedomShop will include both CDMA and GSM models.

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