Whoever thought that a company would be brilliant enough to save their customers money by allowing them an option to use Wi-Fi service to make phone calls, send text messages, and to use the Internet? FreedomPop is that company because they’ve implemented a new plan that allows users who want to pay very little or nothing for their cell phone service to get it directly from FreedomPop Wi-Fi. A FreedomPop review still shows that they have the free cell phone service that will include talk time, text messages, and data. The fact that the data is limited to 200 MB may turn some people off.
Even with limited data, anyone can choose to use Wi-Fi in order to get the extra data that they want on their phone. If Wi-Fi is not available to a person, they can either get the Wi-Fi service from FreedomPop or can choose the FreedomPop Wi-Fi calling option. Both the Wi-Fi service, as well as the Wi-Fi calling option, is only five dollars per month, and the service is completely unlimited, which allows its user to use as much Wi-Fi as they want. There are currently over 10 million Wi-Fi hotspots that FreedomPop has.
Anyone who doesn’t feel like they want to deal with Wi-Fi services can always choose to get the unlimited service from FreedomPop, which is a mere $19.99 per month. The unlimited service will use cell phone towers to bring service to the user’s phone, which means they’ll always have access to the Internet, even if they don’t have Wi-Fi on their phone. The unlimited plan comes with unlimited talk, text, and web, but expect to have 3G speeds after the 1 GB of 4G LTE data is used up.
There is also a plan that’s in between the free plan and the unlimited plan, which is the paid plan that only costs $10.99 per month. The paid plan will have unlimited talk, as well as text messages, but the data is limited to 500 MB unless the user is able to obtain more by completing offers. Using Wi-Fi service while being on the paid plan is also another way to gain access to additional data, without having to worry about going over the 500 MB limit. Those who do go over the limit and have their automatic top up turned off will have to pay $0.02 cents per megabyte for more data.