Sprint has been really working hard to change its game and, to keep it with its competitors. According to USA Today, Sprint’s newest attempt of doing so consists of buying a virtual carrier company that operates on its network. The FreedomPop start-up might just be Sprint’s newest acquisition.
The reports also claims that FreedomPop will be sold for anywhere between $250 to $450 million. The upstart provider has been seeing other offers of $200 million some from companies larger than Sprint. Yet, we can see why Sprint would want to buy FreedomPop, even though they already own many other carriers such as Boost and Virgin. FreedomPop’s concept attracts almost everyone; those avoiding a contract or, more importantly, the free service factor.