Freedompop offers smartphones with free mobile service for life on Black Friday
Shoppers Can Skip the “Deals” from Major Mobile Carriers and Big Box Stores
to Rack up Hundreds of Dollars in Savings with Smartphones
Starting at $40 Bundled With Free Data, Text and Voice Each Month
Holiday shoppers have officially started hunting down the best bargains to purchase on Black Friday, but those looking for new devices should be wary of signing up for that one cent smartphone, which likely comes with hundreds of dollars in mobile service subscription costs and fees.
FreedomPop, the completely free mobile services provider, today announced its Black Friday deals which include smartphones for as low as $40, bundled with its completely free mobile data, text and voice services for life. Customers that sign up through the offer will also receive free unlimited talk and text free. FreedomPop offers any user 500 MB of data, 500 texts and 500 voice minutes completely free each month. Users can also earn free data by completing various surveys on FreedomPop’s offer wall. The Black Friday offers are available beginning today and include:
- Motorola E 2nd Generation LTE: Originally $229.99. Now available for $39.99 and includes shipping, offering customers approximately 80 percent in savings.
- Samsung Galaxy S4: Originally $449.99. Now available for $99.99 and includes shipping, offering customers approximately 77 percent in savings.
“Many shoppers will see cheap price tags and rush out to purchase devices, but they should keep in mind the monthly cost of providing mobile service to that device,” said Stephen Stokols, FreedomPop founder and CEO. “Our free service is perfect for those looking to cut costs and save more in the New Year, or for families on a budget who are ready to gift a first mobile phone to a teen or grandparent. We also have affordable options for international calls or for those who may want to use more data or texts each month.”
FreedomPop provides disruptive mobile services so that no one is left off the “connected grid.” Founded in 2012, FreedomPop is rewriting the rules of the global telecoms industry and is backed by Mangrove Capital, DCM, Partech Ventures and Skype Founder Niklas Zennstom’s Atomico. The company offers a suite of devices, services, and innovative social sharing and incentive benefits, providing consumers access to free high-speed Internet and mobile phone services worldwide. Visit www.FreedomPop.com for more information. FreedomPop is on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/FreedomPop and Twitter https://twitter.com/freedompop.