Deal DetailsLast Edited by Fainthearted October 11, 2013 at 12:52 AM
You get 1 gb internet (1.5 Mbps) free every month. (Opt: High Speed Internet - 12 Mbps)
No inactivity fee.
WiMAX coverage dependent (Thanks Jon)
Just some of the few replies from Freedompop:
"We give more data for the Hub device because it is geared primarily for home use where users do not have the option of free WiFi and will likely be using a desktop or laptop computer."
"You can absolutely sign up for more than one device, but you will need a separate email to create individual accounts for the devices."
"We did decide to change our policy in direct response to customer feedback. We're not sure if you've visited our blog but we did start a campaign to update some of our practices and policies in June. We also became activate on slickdeals around the same time which is about 5 months ago to provide the best and most accurate information that we could to users and people who were interested. So far, we think its been a great experience for us and for users. I don't think any other companies or brands are really looking at this community for feedback or dealing any customer service issues here either. It's really something completely new and we hope that other merchants might try to take the time in the future. http://blog.freedompop.com/we-are-listening/"
"We really hope to be able to offer larger plans that are affordable and will support users with larger data needs in the future. Right now we're not a large enough company, but we're growing and getting into the smartphone business, so we hope that one day soon, we'll be a big enough player to get you that bigger home plan. Thanks for thumbing it up anyways! "
*Please tell me if there's anything I am missing in my post. I'm still new at this. Thanks!*
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Checkout all of their fees.
The minimum usage requirement is no longer there. Please see: http://blog.freedompop
“Active Status Fee”-We used to pass on a .99 cent network fee to keep an inactive account active on our partner network each month. The reason we did that is because we actually get charged by our partners, so we were hoping our users could just turn on their device once per month so we’d all avoid that nominal cost. However, it has caused more confusion than it’s worth so we have suspended this charge going forward.