As a light internet user, I always say that FreedomPop is the best thing that ever happened to me. I have been enjoying free data for some time and would love to spread the good news around. So am doing this by writing a FreedomPop review to show you just how amazing their data plan is.
Becoming a FreedomPop wireless internet subscriber is pretty straightforward. You need to log into their website and fill in your email address and area zip code. The zip code is to help them identify if they currently offer their packages to your area. Next, they will take you to their data plans page where you can choose a plan that you are most comfortable with. Having done that, you will now chooses a device that suits your preferences and budget. This will be followed by a request for your credit card and shipping information. That done, you will only need to wait for your device to be brought to you by FedEx and you are set to go.
There are five data plan available. Although there is a free data package, it only runs for some time, after which you will need to start paying to get your monthly data. You can use the free data as a trial package. It allows you 500MB of data and 200 minutes talk time plus messages. You can pay a small fee of $2.99 to avoid any hiccups on your free data plan. The other data plans range from 1GB to 10GBs of data. If you do not find the 500MB data enough, you can choose from any of these packages. Should you exhaust your data before the month is up, you will be charged a certain amount for every extra MB of data used.
Earning Extra Data
After you have exhausted your one year of getting free data, you need not quit. There are plenty of way in which you can earn free data, without even having to pay a dime. My friends, who have been subscribed to FreedomPop longer than I have been claim that they have been beneficiaries of this program. By simply logging into your email and connecting with them or letting them know about FreedomPop, you earn 10MB extra data. Another way they earn data is by completing surveys and downloading software from the FreedomPop website.