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Sprint reportedly in talks to acquire FreedomPop

If a new rumor is anything to go by, Sprint could be looking to acquire wireless carrier FreedomPop. It is being said that an unnamed large American technology company as well as a small time carrier are also interested in acquiring FreedomPop, although the source refused to divulge the details. At this point, neither of the

FreedomPop Privacy Phone

FreedomPop announces privacy oriented ‘Snowden Phone’ for $189

Privacy is a major concern for users today with government agencies accused of tracking users’ calls, messages etc. This has led to the birth of privacy and security oriented devices like the Blackphone, which was shown off at the MWC recently. However, American prepaid carrier FreedomPop has announced its own security based handset which it


FreedomPop now offering fully free smartphone service

FreedomPop is expanding its horizon somewhat as it has formally entered the mobile services industry with its reach being limited to home and mobile hotspots so far. And FreedomPop has certainly caught our attention with its first set of voice/data plans. The carrier will offer the relatively old HTC Evo Design 4G with a completely

New Free Wireless Plan Revealed

There are so many independent service providers now that are trying to provide wireless services which are much lower than major carriers. But a new report by Gizmodo revealed that there is one free wireless plan that is going to hit the public in the near future. The service provider is called FreedomPop. According to

FreedomPop LTE IPad Clip Provides 4G Service for Tablet Users

[Photo Credit: iDownloadblog] FreedomPop is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that uses Sprint’s WiMax network to provide 4G wireless to its customers. Most individuals use major phone carriers such as Verizon Wireless and AT&T, but FreedomPop has an advantage: it can offer affordable pricing, social media tasks that earn you additional data each month,