You don’t need to spend big on your cell service if you know where to look. Right now, FreedomPop is offering up a three-in-one SIM card for just $0.99, and the basic service tier is free. Designed to work the most unlocked GSM phones, this is a great way to save if you already have a device ready to go.
• Free Talk, Text, and Data with $0.99 SIM Card from FreedomPop
With your purchase, you’ll get one free month of the $24.99 premium tier. 2GB of data, unlimited talk, and unlimited texts are available on FreedomPop’s nationwide 4G LTE network. If you’d like to keep that plan, it’ll renew at full price until you decide otherwise.
Alternately, you can always drop down to the basic service with 200MB of data, 200 minutes, and 500 texts for free. Just be sure to keep an eye on your usage so you don’t unexpectedly get charged for an automatic top-up.
Whether you want to pick a new number or port your existing one, FreedomPop is a solid way to keep your phone without suffering with your current provider. It even allows for free international calling from more than 60 countries, so it’ll be easy to keep in touch with your friends and family.
There’s no long-term contract, no long-term commitment, and you can cancel at any time. And the best part? This service and SIM comes with a 30-day money back guarantee. Take the risk-free trial, and simply return it if you don’t like it.
Note: Terms and conditions apply. Supports Android 4.1+ and iOS 8.2+. See the FreedomPop site for more information.
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