I’ve never found a company that’s more generous with their low prices than FreedomPop, and even though I resent not choosing them years ago, I still learned a valuable lesson. After I chose to go with another major wireless company, I was boggled down by bills that were as high as $150 a month. With these high bills, I would easily get my phone cut off almost every month at some point because I wasn’t able to keep up with the payments. I can’t believe that I’m now only paying $20 per month for the same unlimited service that was costing me $150 with another provider.

The only reason I made the switch to FreedomPop is because I was told about the company when I went into a large electronics store to make a purchase. The retailer told me about FreedomPop and their services and offered to sell the service to me, but I wasn’t sold until I heard that the price was only $20 per month. I asked the retailer what compromises I would be making if I chose to go with FreedomPop, but I came to find out that I wouldn’t lose any of the quality services that I used to paying $150 for each month.

Another concern I had was my phone because I really love my phone and wanted to take it with me but didn’t think that FreedomPop would allow me to do so. I couldn’t have been happier when the retailer told me that as long as my phone was unlocked that I could use it with FreedomPop. I became ecstatic when I was signing up for the service and paid the fees and was able to get the service right away.

I canceled the service I was paying $150 for and received a partial refund for the month, which more than covered what I paid FreedomPop for their service. I enjoy being able to use my data as much as I want as well as talking to people whenever I want with my phone. I also send a lot of text messages and receive them as well, and my fee is never higher than $20 per month. FreedomPop has made such a difference in how I look at cell phone service as well as what I pay for it. I’m a walking billboard for a FreedomPop review and would tell anyone to join the service.

Reference Link: https://techcrunch.com/tag/freedompop/