FreedomPop has been a stalwart source of affordable phone plans in America since their launch in 2011. The L.A. based tech firm has crafted a business plan that allows them to offer subscribers a completely free phone plan that is competitive with most basic plans, all without any sort of catch or trick. FreedomPop has grown upward and onward for the past three years and now that they’ve hit milestone subscribers in America, the turn will be made toward an international release. Right now CEO Stephen Stokols is gearing up FreedomPop for a launch into the United Kingdom with their flagship program, as reported by The Daily Mail.
The United Kingdom has a pretty competitive mobile phone marketplace right now thanks to a host of affordable basic plans. However, none of these affordable plans can hope to compete with an actually free service. This is where FreedomPop will instantly excel in comparison to other competitive services. FreedomPop offers their core plan completely free to subscribers and new U.K. customers should be ready to get in on the action. The free plan comes with a 200 minute, 200 text, 200 MB of data limit which can be improved upon if the subscriber wishes to expand the plan. FreedomPop is also offering third party surveys that can be completed in exchange for more free data. It’s a slick system that promises to both engage and grow a customer base ready for something new.
Registration for FreedomPop will be done on the internet or via the mobile FreedomPop app for iOS and Android software. The app can be used often after registration in order to monitor data, minute, and text usage as well as allow for upgrades to be handled seamlessly and without any sort of headaches. The first 10,000 users who sign up for the FreedomPop free program will receive a special plan for the first month that includes 1,000 minutes, 1,000 texts, and an entire GB of free data. This is FreedomPop’s way to reward those who make an attempt to get there early for the service.