FreedomPop the free WiFi provider which started out in Los Angeles during 2011 and spread across the US. Has this week launched its service in Europe, first rolling out to Belgium, then UK, Germany, France and Spain.
Dutch carrier KPN subsidiary BASE will provide the network for the FreedomPop service in Belgium via a SIM only package to start and seven more countries will be live by the end of the year.
As well as announcing their launch in Europe FreedomPop will also soon be launching throughout markets in the Pacific Rim the company has revealed. CEO Stephen Stokols explained in an interview with the Tech Crunch website :
“We will lead with the same plan we offer in US: 500 MB free, 200 voice minutes free, 500 texts free,”-“The paid plan pricing will be competitive but not locked down yet.”
FreedomPop offers its users 500MB of free Internet data connectivity whilst offering extra bolt on packages. For more information on the FreedomPop service jump over to the FreedomPop website for details, packages and available hardware.
“FreedomPop is the nation’s first wireless Internet provider committed to delivering 100% FREE 4G mobile broadband Internet access. FreedomPop’s partnered with leading wholesale 4G Wimax and 4G LTE mobile broadband networks to deliver the fastest high speed Internet available and offer the flexibility of wireless Internet.
Replace your at home DSL and cable broadband Internet service today and enjoy the speed, mobility and low cost of FreedomPop’s 4G wireless broadband Internet service.”
Source: Tech Crunch
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