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  1. Android News

    Target teams with FreedomPop to offer low-cost phones

    Target and FreedomPop have entered in a partnership for the retailer to offer low-cost phones and plans. You can walk into a Target store today to check them out.
  2. Android News

    FreedomPop's $49 annual plan offers tons of value

    FreedomPop is offering 1,000 minutes, 1,000 texts, and 1GB of data per month, either via AT&T or Sprint’s LTE network, for $49 per year — the equivalent of around $4 per month.
  3. Android News

    FreedomPop launches a £59 Android phone in the UK

    FreedomPop has launched a super affordable Android phone in the UK. It's called the FreedomPop V7, and for £59 you get a phone that gets you access to FreedomPop's limited free phone service. Specs include a 5-inch HD IPS LCD screen, 13/5MP cameras, pre-installed Android 6.0 Marshmallow...
  4. Android News

    These are the least expensive smartphone plans in the US

    If you need a wireless plan but aren't looking to spend a lot of money, Android Police has a list of the cheapest smartphone plans available in the United States.
  5. Android News

    FreedomPop launches shop to sell refurbished smartphones

    FreedomPop has launched a new site to purchase refurbished smartphones for use on the Sprint-backed MVNO. So far, devices available include the iPhone 5S, Moto E, LG G4, Nexus 5, Galaxy S7, and iPhone 6.
  6. Android News

    FreedomPop SIM card offers unlimited WhatsApp usage for free

    Ultra affordable phone service company FreedomPop is offering a new SIM card today. The SIM card gives you 100% free and unlimited access to use WhatsApp. You'll also get 100 SMS, 100 minutes of talk time and 200 MB of data, which is nice for travelers.
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    Funded by Intel, FreedomPop Will Launch its First Smartphone in 2016

    FreedomPop has announced its plans to introduce the first smartphone designed specifically to work on its network, thanks to a new deal with Intel. The device will be optimized for Wi-Fi use and will be powered by Intel’s cost-effective SoFIA Atom x3 processors.