The latest 100% free telecom carrier, FreedomPop talks expansion among other service updates, online media conglomerate, RCR Wireless News reports. Rival cellular network carriers T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless are equally optimistic about growth opportunities. With the 600 MHz-incentive auction for a viable spectrum license just moments away, T-Mobile has managed to pool an additional $2 billion. Certainly, this puts the telecommunication giant nowhere near the approximate $10 billion industry economists predicates. However, it’s leaning towards an aggressive fundraising effort for a successful bid as the group’s chief executive, John Legere explained. Deutsche Telekom, the T-Mobile US controlling partner generously offered to fund the carrier in the interest of acquiring the group’s senior notes. The latest news is that Deutsche Telekom withdrew its proposal to sell its 65% share in T-Mobile. The FCC is the least considerate about the position of telecommunication heavyweights, AT&T, and Verizon. In fact, they’re not viable bidders of the coveted spectrum license.
Additionally, it should allow them to disable disagreeable Ads. The performance of cellular networks based on a market-by-market ranking provided by RootMetrics revealed last year’s second quarter activity highlights. Atlanta is the top scorer. Rockford, Sacramento Indianapolis, and Chicago prevailed as top performers as well. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said about Denver, Santa Rosa, CA Lancaster, PA, Omaha, NE and Hudson Valley, NY that delivered the poorest performance.
FreedomPop co-founding partner/chief executive, Stephen Stokols shared the latest highlights of a future expansion and sustainability. The premier MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) powered by Sprint has pooled millions in venture capital funding. It’s remained an independently trading entity since inception in 2011. With free text, voice, and data, FreedomPop quickly became a hit. With expansions throughout Europe and the U.S. What sets apart FreedomPop from rival cellular network carriers? Free minutes and wireless high-speed internet already sounds too irresistible. While the carrier has limited the free service to the first 500MB, FreedomPop allows subscribers to have creative control. Subscriptions cost a measly fraction of what native carriers, AT&T, and Verizon Wireless charge. Additionally, it allows 200 free voice minutes monthly.
The carrier offers CPO (Certified Pre-owned) phones for those switching from another network. This makes the switch an affordable option for subscribers. If It doesn’t tie anyone to a contract. The premium subscription attracts a reasonable monthly fee and doesn’t require any long-term commitment. Furthermore, switching mobile handsets is inexpensive and convenient as FreedomPop subscribers have the option to retain a previously activated phone number. Lastly, it offers an abundant selection of mobile plans to match any budget.