FreedomPop Reveals Its New LTE Phones And Unlimited Mobile Plan.

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FreedomPop Reveals Its New LTE Phones And Unlimited Mobile Plan.

America’s free mobile service company, FreedomPop, has recently announce it’s official shift to Sprint’a LTE network with the launching of its LTE phone lineup which includes the Samsung Victory, Galaxy S3, and the Galaxy S4. All new LTE devices will come with the very same free service that hundreds of thousands of Americans have already enjoy, which includes a 500 MB of data, 200 voice calls and 500 free texts each month.

Unlimited Everything.

Furthermore, the company has also recently announce the launch of its new “Unlimited Everything” plan for $20 per month providing unlimited talk, text and data. Free tethering will lso be included on all new LTE phones so that they can easily and affordably be used as hotspots as well. After 1GB of data has been used for the month, LTE speeds will be limited to 3G speeds.

The company also announced the launching of its freee, over-the-top (OTT) communications application for the Android. The application allows any android user to take advantage of FreedomPop’s free voice and text services, while providing a new phone number, voice calls and text free. It’s also the first OTT application that allows user to port and existing number.

“Now that we have complete access to the most expansive wireless network, we are able to fully upgrade our device portfolio to the high-end smartphones that our customers want,” said Steven Sesar, FreedomPop’s COO.

The high-end Samsung smartphones join the continued growing list of mobile phones and devices available to FreedomPop users since its launch includes the iPhone 5 and a number of other Android smartphones and wifi hotspots. To order one of these newly offered Samsung Phones on FreedomPop and sign up for the service now, simply go to the main website.

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