FreedomPop Able to Raise Another 50 Million

FreedomPop is a mobile outlet company that has a number of exciting for their clients. With others all over the world, they offer Wi-Fi calling and texting from any location and free unlimited calling and texting between customers. They also offer free international calling and data hotspots. Like any other cellular company, they realize that raising money is important.

One of their main endeavors was to raise funds for world travelers, and there has been some big news lately for FreedomPop on that front.

In addition to raising this immense amount of money, the company also announced that they are planning on selling a global hotspot for their customers. FreedomPop is one of the pioneers in global travel, and they are really differentiating themselves from their competition. AT&T and Verizon do offer a global roaming package, but it is nothing compared to FreedomPop’s offering, which is immensely less expensive.

How does FreedomPop do it? Well, according to CEO Stephen Sokols the company is able to offer significantly lower prices by offering deals with each of the countries that they offer service in. Although T-Mobile offers their customers free unlimited international roaming, sometimes the speeds can be significantly slower than the speed a person could have with FreedomPop.

Sokols also mentioned that the extra funding will also greatly assist the company in their quest to improve their customer service platform.

The expansion of FreedomPop will begin on this coming Wednesday and will allow service in a number of countries, including the U.S., U.K., Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belguim, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Ireland, Greece, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Croatia, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic.

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One thought on “FreedomPop Able to Raise Another 50 Million

  1. FreedomPop is currently able to offer American service through Sprint. To begin with, they recently announced that they have procured $50 million dollars so that they can offer cheap global roaming for world travelers. This so good for the paper writer who has the support of Sprint all along.

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