Simply put, this is one company that is now positioned to give free, fast-speed internet to the public. They already began the process, but now they’ve added wireless internet services as well.
Hoping to introduce a truly competitive edge to the WiFi data industry, this proverbial David will be focusing on attracting budget-minded users to help knock down the Goliaths of the ISPs who randomly raise prices, throttle speeds and add excessive fees almost at will.
Innovation and an apparent lack of greed mark this start-up company as it not only offers customers 500MB of free high-speed internet per month, but gives customers an option of enrolling in the new FreedomPop Freedom Phone Cell Service–at no monthly cost!(1)
Once customers select their preferred device, all they have to do is provide the credit card and shipping information on the secured website, and the device is shipped out immediately. Naturally, if you desire more data streaming audio and video, then the 500 MB may not be sufficient. If that’s the case, then you can easily buy extra data for more MB.
The Los Angeles-based start-up company that launched in 2011, runs on Clearwire’s 4G WiMax network with plans for expansion later on. At this point, FreedomPop has not elaborated too much on who’ll be offering the WiFi services to the public, but McDonald’s, Starbucks, Burger King and Best Buy are all in the running as potential partners with FreedomPop’s vision.
Having launched a new nationwide Wi-Fi plan in 2015, there are today more than 11 million Wi-Fi hotspots across the country at $5 per month.(2)
Also part of the company’s vision are plans for further European expansion within the next year, says Stephen Stokols, the CEO and co-founder of the ambitious start-up enterprise. However, current availability is found only in the U.S. and the U.K. with future plans for expansion before the year’s end.