This week has been jam-packed with bargains, and the festivities aren’t over just yet. Right now, the folks over at FreedomPop are offering up a limited-time deal on their SIM card kit that comes with free voice minutes, text messages, and data.
• Free Mobile Phone Service with FreedomPop Three-in-One SIM Card Kit
When you order the three-in-one kit, you’ll get the card itself, free shipping, a free trial of the 2GB and unlimited talk/text plan, a free trial of the Phone Premier add-on service, free 2GB of bonus data (a $40 value), and free international calling from more than 60 countries – just pay $1.99 for a one-time activation.
If you already have your phone ready to go, a FreedomPop SIM card is all you need to get going on the nationwide 4G LTE network. It works with most unlocked GSM phones, and supports both Android 4.1+ and iOS 8.2+. And since it comes with a 30-day money back guarantee, you’re covered if you run into any compatibility issues. Try FreedomPop risk-free now.
You can keep the plan as-is for $24.99 per month and the Phone Premier service for $7.99 per month. But if you’d prefer to pay absolutely nothing, you can drop down to just the Basic tier with 200 voice minutes, 500 texts, and 200MB of data in a snap.
There are several premium plans to choose from with unlimited talk/text and varying amounts of data. And since there are no long-term commitments, it’s easy to change your plan depending on your needs. If you anticipate a low-use month, the free Basic plan might be enough. But if you’re going to need lots of data, you can ramp all the way up to 4GB of LTE data for as little as $34.99 per month. And if it’s no longer a good fit, you can cancel at any time.
Note: Terms and conditions apply. Downgrade to Basic Free within 14 days for continuous free service. See the FreedomPop site for more information.
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