We've occasionally written about FreedomPop here on TweakTown. The company looks to offer a small amount of free 4G data--usually 500MB--and then charge if users would like to use more. Now, the company is looking to expand into the cellular communications market with a similar strategy.
FreedomPop announced that they will be offering unlimited SMS, 200 minutes, and 500MB of data each month for free. Included in this free service is unlimited calling between FreedomPop users for no extra charge. Of course, there will be no hidden charges, no dealing with wireless carriers, and no monthly fees.
The service will launch later this summer on "several popular Android phones."
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