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FreedomPop 12-Month 5GB/month Prepaid 3-in-1 LTE SIM Card Kit $105

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Best Buy has FreedomPop SIM Card Kit 5GB/month 12 months for $105.

I believe it uses ATT network. No credit card needed for registration.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/free...Id=6296211
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Can this be used on their hotspot router?
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Great Price.

Buy buy buy.
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Strange this isn't getting more love.
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Feels like Im missing something. This is a stellar pkg - unlim v+sms+5GB *per month*. There's a $35 card with u/u/1GB per month for a year. That's smoking.

Anyone know how long you can delay starting these? Is it 90 days or possibly longer?
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FreedomPop is a sleazy company.
Besides having a long history of adding unadvertised/unannounced charges to your bills,

they require you to pay them a non-refundable so called "top Up credit" of at least $10 ...because the data you use could go over the allotted amount, god forbid that happens and they lose 20 cents in the 30 minutes it could happen....
The worse part is because they are a sleazy company, they "expire" your top-up credit every month and make you log in your account, go through a number of clicks to re-enable it. If it's not enabled you lose all possibility of receiving calls, making calls and using any data, until it's enabled, and even after.


Also, you will never get this top up credit back, even if you don't use is... and cannot apply it to your plan
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Do these still work? Arent they out of business?
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Quote from tintino
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FreedomPop is a sleazy company.
Besides having a long history of adding unadvertised/unannounced charges to your bills,

they require you to pay them a non-refundable so called "top Up credit" of at least $10 ...because the data you use could go over the allotted amount, god forbid that happens and they lose 20 cents in the 30 minutes it could happen....
The worse part is because they are a sleazy company, they "expire" your top-up credit every month and make you log in your account, go through a number of clicks to re-enable it. If it's not enabled you lose all possibility of receiving calls, making calls and using any data, until it's enabled, and even after.


Also, you will never get this top up credit back, even if you don't use is... and cannot apply it to your plan
They charge you like $0.01 randomly, to keep account open

Hated having to add $10, just so my service wouldn't be interrupted.

Even when I cancelled, I had to jump through so many hoops.
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Do these still work? Arent they out of business?
That's what I thought since my phone with a freedom pop sim in it doesn't work anymore and they killed my number and told me they were switching over to whatever two networks I can't remember right now, but I was going to have to pay like 6-10 bucks a month vs nothing. Shady as heck.
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Took me a year and filing a fraud claim with my bank to get the to stop billing me. The bill amounts were random.
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Can this be used on their hotspot router?
Their plans are data only. I've been using their free Sims in hotspots. But I wouldn't pay this amount for their service. There's no customer service. You actually have to pay to get support. I would get the $35 yearly plan with 1 GB /month but nothing more expensive. And be careful with hidden charges. Don't give them your credit card.
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I thought freedompop died and was bought out by 2 different companies
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They are out of business mint mobile is awesome fee me. freedom pop used sprint
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I'm using a free sim and a 1gb plan I bought in March or sometime earlier this year
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i had 2 accounts a few years ago. the accounts got "transferred" to another carrier for paid service.

worthless company, waste of time and money
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