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Free Mobile Phone Service w/ Global 3-in-1 SIM Kit + Free Power Bank - FreedomPop - $4.99

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Free Mobile Phone Service w/ Global 3-in-1 SIM Kit + Free Power Bank- FreedomPop

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Global 3-in-1 Sim Card Kit ($15.00 value)
Global Unlimited Talk, Text, and 1GB Trial ($19.99/mo value)
Free 2200mAH portable power bank ($39.99 value)
Free 500MB Bonus ($10 value)
Premium Plus Trial ($7.99/mo value)
Free Shipping ($14.99 value)
$4.99 + Free Shipping


Compatible with most unlocked GSM AT&T and Tmobile phones
Use your phone around the world
Free Basic Plan: 200 mins, 500 texts & 200MB
No contract. No commitment. Cancel anytime.
Free unlimited calling & texting between FreedomPop Phones
High Speed HSPA+ and Nationwide 3G
WiFi calling and texting from anywhere
Get a new phone number or keep your own
Free international calling from over 60 countries
Earn additional free data every month by adding friends
Earn unlimited free data by completing partner offers
FreedomPop service currently only supports Android and Apple devices running Android 4.0+ and iOS 7.0+
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2200Mah power bank $39.99 value? hahahaha
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Quote from GorillaPudding13 View Post :
2200Mah power bank $39.99 value? hahahaha
ikr more like 39 cent value....they give those away as prizes at the fair when you spin the wheel lmao
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Just got the same power pack from 5 below for $3.99. This is better than the selfie stick that they were offering imo. I think I'll grab this for little Nephew and hope it works out for the best. I've had somewhat decent experience with FP for my internet stick in the past so why not.
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Prefer the $0.99 SIM deal...
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Wait for the $0.99 SIM deal, if you don't need or want to pay extra $4.00 for the powerbank.
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Free Mobile Phone Service, yaaay great!
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t-mobile has Sims for 3.99
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Free free free 5.99. Keep this garbage of sd
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T mobile always has $1
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How is this not a trial of a horrible cell service that you get to use for 200 minutes then either have to cancel and is a waste of time or you are hooked on to being billed for ultra low end service? This offer comes up constantly. It is annoying and no deal slick or otherwise.
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So, what are they offering for service per month? Don't understand what the long-term cost is...
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The Global SIM is a data only SIM and it works great if you travel a lot (as long as you downgrade everything to minimum). There are a few threads in SD that shows you how to add friends to bump your data allotment to 700MB for free. If you worry about overage, just use a disposable credit card to keep on file. I have not been charged a monthly fee other than "renewing" the $5 credit now and then because I have not incur any charges. It's very doable.

I owned a few of these when they were for $0.99. They roam on AT&T or T-Mobile in the US, and the voice calls/sms are done through their app. You could skip the app if you just want to use your favorite messager apps (WhatsApp, Skype, Facebook etc).

I find their support rep in SD helpful, it takes a few days to get a response, but nonetheless they have the issues resolved (un-activated SIMs received in my case).

I will compare FP to RingPlus, then since RingPlus is no longer offering any good free services, plus it's not ideal for those to get a Sprint phone; I think FreedomPop does this just ring for the light users like myself.
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It's free. Deal with it.
The only thing I don't like is that it needs Wifi or data to make calls.
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It's free. Deal with it.
The only thing I don't like is that it needs Wifi or data to make calls.
LOL yeah that's great. If I did not have unlimited minutes I can choose to use WiFi calling and of course can use data via an internet connection. I can make calls from my computer.

There is lots of free crap on Craig's List too, go get a truck and pile it up!

I have been in the cellular business since it was analog both on the front end and in the field testing sites for the major carriers.
I understand if someone does not really need to use a cell phone and can get by on the tiny amount of minutes or data and it is novel to them.
It is certainly not serious cell phone service I would want to rely on for myself, my kids, or parents. And I won't bother with 3G. Even now all the major carriers are going with Volte (Voice Over lte).

I only use about 4GB/month data. I am not going to watch Netflix on my phone for example.
It is not practical or reliable for anything but a "novelty" user IMO. That is very minimal amounts of data and it is hard to imagine world travel and having to resort to this sort of thing for the tiny amounts of it.

Sure the best service is expensive. But for the fast and reliable service that is how it is right now. If anyone is old enough do you recall the $30 for 30 minute plans?
But it is good to know that you can place a call or connect with the internet wherever you may be. At home I get WiFi speeds of 190Mbps, slightly less on the phones.

I know people from other countries and they don't resort to this. It is a niche some are happy to deal with at best. Good luck. But just because something is free doesn't mean it is good!
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