With the sleeve, FreedomPop offers 500MB of free 4G data each month. That can be increased to 2GB of data priced at $17.99 a month. The company charges for all sorts of add-ons such as the $3.49 it bills to rollover your unused data at the end of each billing cycle. In addition, there are overage charges as well as a charge for a service that alerts you when you are about to exceed your data cap.
Later this summer, Freedom Pop will be offering its service to Android users with a plan for what it calls "the most popular Android smartphones." The service will include 500MB of free 4G data each month, 200 voice minutes and unlimited text messages. Calls between FreedomPop users will be free.
Meanwhile, still delayed by the FCC is a case for the Apple iPhone 4 and Apple iPhone 4S that provides 4G service to both models. The hold up appears to deal with the WiMax radio in the case that runs over the radio inside the iPhone models.
source: FreedomPop via electronista