Get 100% Free Mobile Phone Service on a Galaxy SIII with FreedomPop

Get 100  Free Mobile Phone Service on a Galaxy SIII with FreedomPop
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Grab a Galaxy SIII LTE from FreedomPop and enjoy a free month of Unlimited Talk, Text, & Data!

Grab a Galaxy SIII LTE from FreedomPop and enjoy a free month of Unlimited Talk, Text, & Data!

Every month, we pay $100’s for our phone bill. If you look at your bill on a yearly basis you may be paying over $1500. Luckily, FreedomPop allows you to break free from this cycle and take advantage of an unbelievable offer. FreedomPop has an innovative solution which puts that money back in your pocket and lets you take advantage of free talk, text, and data each and every month.

So how does it work? A new, limited time FreedomPop offer allows you to get your hands on a Samsung Galaxy SIII LTE for just $99.99 (70% off) and get a free month of Unlimited Talk, Text, & Data, as well as free shipping. If you find that you like the plan, you can continue your subscription after the first month for just $19.99 thereafter, or easily change to a completely free plan with 500MB of data, 500 texts, and 200 voice minutes per month. No joke – that one is completely, 100% free. With phone plans like these, you will save up to 80% on your phone bill each year. You can use these savings on your rent, tuition, or even your next vacation!

The best part of FreedomPop is the fact that they respect their customers' right to choose their plan without contracts, commitments or cancellation fees. FreedomPop offers a 30-day return policy, so you can try out their service risk free. But with their dirt-cheap, unlimited and free plans, we don't reckon you'll be wanting to leave any time soon.

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17 Comments

1. axllebeer

Posts: 272; Member since: Apr 05, 2011

Wow. This is actually awesome. That phone is still totally usable and for those prices it's a hard 1 to beat for the casual user.

10. michaelny2001

Posts: 334; Member since: Aug 01, 2012

actually it is not. For 10 bucks more including tax (30 flat) you get unlimited talk and text and 500 BM data with H2O or for 5 bucks more u get unlimted everything and 2.5GB of LTE from Cricket.

15. Doakie

Posts: 2478; Member since: May 06, 2009

"or easily change to a completely free plan with 500MB of data, 500 texts, and 200 voice minutes per month. No joke – that one is completely, 100% free" That's unbeatable. Free. I've been hunting around for a reasonable monthly price for an emergency phone for my daughter to use when she's not around us and paying $30/mo for 2 minutes per month is pretty inexpensive. Free is free, that means it's $30/mo cheaper than H2O...

2. GeorgeDao123

Posts: 432; Member since: Aug 20, 2013

S3 is still a good phone, especially for people who knows about ROMs!

4. Cyberchum

Posts: 1093; Member since: Oct 24, 2012

The US model with 1.5 GB of RAM that is. The international version is a no-no.

5. Cyberchum

Posts: 1093; Member since: Oct 24, 2012

Oh, it's the US model (LTE)

3. Salazzi

Posts: 537; Member since: Feb 17, 2014

I have their 500 min free plan and get calls all the time from advertisers. It isn't truly free so to speak.. it costs something. In this case, your privacy. As for unlimited data.. it isn't unlimited. You only get ~2gb if I recall correctly. I guess the price ain't bad for that, but then again- you're using the sprint network, and I do think you still get advertising and random phone calls (almost daily).

6. Doakie

Posts: 2478; Member since: May 06, 2009

Wow that sucks. I just ordered a FreedomPop $29.99 refurbished LG Viper LTE for my daughter 3 days ago and planned on having her use the free plan to just call mom and dad in case of emergency. But if they sell the number that they gave you to advertisers then that sucks.

9. FreedomPop

Posts: 2; Member since: Jul 01, 2013

Hey Salazzi, this deal does provide you with Unlimited Data. The first 1GB will be at 4G LTE speeds, and all subsequent data usage will be at 3G speeds. You must be signed up for a different deal with a set data limit. Also, there are no Ads on the phone. You get to choose your phone number after ordering.

11. Doakie

Posts: 2478; Member since: May 06, 2009

I love when companies are proactive working with their customers. Thank you for taking the time out to address things like this.

12. Salazzi

Posts: 537; Member since: Feb 17, 2014

Thanks. I actually intended to say it gets slowed down.. but I knew the inherent full speed data was 1-2GB though gave it the benefit of being the higher of the two. Are you sure about the no ads? I have constant ads with calls from various promoters on the number I have with FreedomPop, whilst none with my T-Mobile service and number.

7. duartix

Posts: 311; Member since: Apr 01, 2014

For 13€ I can get unlimited talk and text messages from any operator, even though their notion of unlimited is less than 2000m / 2000SMS. For an extra 5€ you get a 500MB data plan, @4G sppeds. That's not our typical price plan but it's no further away than a call to their call center, because even though no operator announces it, all of them have it. So, this isn't revolutionary. At least not here in Portugal.

8. hightower8655

Posts: 10; Member since: Apr 13, 2013

I guess this proves that if you don't pay for a product than YOU are the product. Not too much different than Google and Facebook. It's not bad as long as you know what your getting yourself into. I would reference the "Mark Zuckerberg is okay with you being the product" story on Yahoo News but I can't post links until I hit 30 posts. :(

13. dancheung77

Posts: 202; Member since: Jan 28, 2015

Wonder hows their coverage

14. Salazzi

Posts: 537; Member since: Feb 17, 2014

it runs on Sprint network.

16. tokuzumi

Posts: 1927; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

If Sprint offers good coverage in your area *chuckle*, this is a good deal. I'm actually thinking of getting the mifi, and using it in my car, hooking it up to my Nexus 7. I can use it for GPS and music.

17. jonathanbohner

Posts: 26; Member since: Apr 21, 2012

i tried out the free plan (200min, 500text, 500mb). an app is required to call/text. its a VoIP app and the delay when speaking on sprint 4g lte is terrible. BUT for an emergency phone, cant beat free.

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